Prohibition Ribbon The Volstead Act of 1922 (the 18th Amendment to the Constitution) prohibited the making of alcoholic beverages for sale. It allowed the making of wine used in ritual consumption or made in small amounts for personal use. Prohibition devastated the commercial wine industry and spawned a massive illegal manufacture and trade in wines and liquors.
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