In 1919, congress ratified the 18th Amendment, which outlawed the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcohol. Fourteen long, dry years later, congress repealed that amendment on December 5th, 1933, by passing the 21st Amendment, effectively making it legal to drink again. That day, now known as Repeal Day, is being celebrated Friday by a handful of (legal) drinking spots around Denver, with drink specials galore. The festivities will finish up on Sunday, December 7, at The BSide, where a dozen local bartenders will participate in a cocktail competition, featuring their own whiskey cocktail recipes. Keep reading for seven great places to celebrate Prohibition Repeal Day.