It's 1920 and the 18th Amendment to the Constitution officially prohibits the manufacture, sale, transport, import or export of alcoholic beverages in the U.S. No such law exists just over the border in Canada, so it's no surprise that Canadian Club, one of North America's best selling whiskies of the day, was the focus of interest, particularly from some of Chicago's most notorious gangsters.
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