Skull Shot Glasses
Skull Shot Glasses
Skull Shot Glasses
Skull Shot Glasses
Skull Shot Glasses
Skull Shot Glasses

Skull Shot Glasses

  • Set of four
  • Each shot glass measures 2 1/2 inches tall.
  • Choose your poison! Thanks to the 21st Amendment that repealed Prohibition on December 5, 1933, you can celebrate your freedom to enjoy a little swill out of this edgy set of four gold skull shot glasses that come nicely packaged in a retro-cool gift box. They make a fun gift set with the addition of the Gold Skull Crossbones flask.

  • Since the first European settlers arrived here, Americans have enjoyed a drink. At times, many of us have enjoyed a lot of drinks. But other Americans, fearing the harm alcohol would do to society and to individuals, have tried to stop our drinking or limit who, when, and where we could consume alcohol.

    These two different views of alcoholic beverages run throughout American history. Sometimes they have existed in relative peace; other times, they have been at war. Documents and artifacts in the National Archives reveal the evolution of the government's alcohol policy over time and illustrate the wide variety of views Americans have held about alcohol. The stories they tell echo present-day debates over regulating drinking and the legalization of other drugs.