Course detail: OSH127 - Kansas: Birthplace of Prohibition
Kansas once led wine production in the U.S. and was home to more than 90 breweries before Prohibition. The Kansas legislature legally abolished the manufacture and sale of alcohol in the state in 1881 and doomed these industries. National Prohibition wouldn't occur for four decades. We'll examine the growth and demise of brewing and winemaking in Kansas. We'll discuss the social, moral, cultural and political forces in Kansas during the early and mid-19th century. Next, we'll learn how Prohibition dashed economic dreams or prompted entrepreneurs to conduct business in Missouri. Finally, we'll discuss the renaissance of local breweries and wineries.

 Session Detail:  OC18327F
Schedule: Every week on Tuesday, starting on 07/10/18 and ending on 07/24/18
Times: 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Instructors
Name Additional Resources
Pete Dulin
Pete Dulin
Biography: Pete Dulin, food and drink freelance writer and speaker, is the author of "Expedition of Thirst: Exploring Breweries, Distilleries and Wineries Across Central Kansas and Missouri" (University Press of Kansas, 2017). No image available

Facility Detail
Edwards Campus
Regents Center 110
12600 Quivira Rd.
Overland Park, KS 66213