This Is What A Full Case Of Prohibition Whiskey Looks Like

Redditor hanshound got his hands on some buried treasure recently in the form of a case full of Prohibition-era whiskey. The Old Overholt whiskey, which had been stored in a cool cellar up until he acquired it, is as drinkable today as the day it was bottled back in 1933. The case has a label that claims the whiskey should be used for "medicinal purposes only," which was a loophole savvy drinkers and liquor producers used to stay busy through Prohibition, similar to a certain prohibited substance of today. Check out the pictures of the old-school hooch below, and be glad you don't have to show a doctor's note along with your ID to get into the bar.

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