1. Savannah: Cocktail Class at American Prohibition Museum
History and learning have never been more hands-on — or tastier. In this 2-hour class at Congress Street Up, the 1920s-style speakeasy inside the American Prohibition Museum, discover how cocktail culture was born during Prohibition when bartenders started combining mixers with potent alcohol to make it more palatable. Following the tradition of those early mixologists, you’ll learn from expert bartenders how to make proper Prohibition-era cocktails using authentic bar equipment. Enjoy 2 custom-made cocktails and sample 3 classics while learning more about this fascinating period in American history.