Prohibition 1920 – 1933

Prohibition in the United States was a nationwide constitutional ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933, under the terms of the Eighteenth Amendment.
At midnight on January 17th, 1920, alcohol, it seemed, was off-limits, driven by a variety of factors – increasingly vocal temperance movements, desires for social reforms, and economic concerns in the post-war age among them.
Although the temperance movement, which was widely supported, had succeeded in bringing about this legislation, millions of Americans were willing to drink distilled spirits illegally, which gave rise to bootlegging (the illegal production and sale of liquor) and speakeasies (illegal, secretive drinking establishments), both of which were capitalized upon by organized crime. As a result, the Prohibition era also is remembered as a period of gangsterism, characterized by competition and violent turf battles between criminal gangs.
Despite the ban, 1920-1933 was marked by a range of cocktail publications and artifacts, the evolution of the “mixed drink” (fruit juices, sodas, and other mixers were added to cocktails) to cover the taste of wood alcohol and bathtub gin),
Prohibition ended with the ratification of the Twenty-first Amendment, which repealed the Eighteenth Amendment on December 5, 1933. To date, this is the only time in American history in which a constitutional amendment was passed for the purpose of repealing another.
Thus, after roughly 13 years of Prohibition, it wiped away the U.S. ban on “the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors.”
Prohibition was a social experiment that had nurtured the very ills that it sought to ameliorate – criminal activity, public corruption, and a casual disregard for the rule of law.
The 21st Amendment gave specific authority over alcohol laws to the states, which proceeded to establish various regulatory agencies and rules – age limits, closing hours, licensing, etc – that controlled drinking, which had been uncontrolled in many parts of the country during Prohibition. Nearly all of the liquor sale rules we still have today did not exist pre-Prohibition and during Prohibition.
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Wine Tasting

A unique selection of fine wines

White, Red, Rose, Sweet, Dry or Sparkling Wine? You name it! Carefully selected wines from local to international varieties.

Refreshing Cocktails

Delicious cocktails for all tastes

Classic & signature cocktails with flavours ranging from refreshing, strong and sour to sweet and bitter.

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2033 Wine & Cocktail Bar is much more than your drinking destination. It’s the place to feel nice and enjoy every moment.



Crafted from the finest spirits and mixed with fresh ingredients, dried fruits, house-made syrups, poured over custom ice cubes, finished with small-batch bitters and served in the appropriate glassware.

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Friendly Staff


Our bartenders, with many years of expertise, knowledge and skills in crafting cocktails, will take care of you for a top-notch experience!

Corporate Events


2033 is the ideal venue for corporate & private parties. Host your event at 2033 and elevate every moment to a memorable occasion!

Event Bar Hire Service


We specialise in mobile bar hire services for all types of events. Professional mixologists take care of your guests with a custom selection of wines, cocktails and spirits.



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