Where every month is Dry January: Sober bar Inmoxicated opens in Racine
By: Rose Schmidt
Posted: Jan 9, 2022 8:52 AM CDT
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RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Sunday, January 16th marks 102 years since prohibition began, a 13-year-long nationwide ban on alcoholic beverages. After it was repealed, taverns sprung up in big cities and small towns and today, Wisconsin remains in the top five of states with most bars per capita.
But there's a place in Racine where patrons can enjoy tavern culture in an alcohol-free environment.
On CBS 58 Sunday Morning Rose Schmidt visited Inmoxicated.