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When the Prohibition took place in 1919, the best way to access alcohol easily would be through speakeasies. These places are underground drinking holes or illegal drinking establishments, designed to aid those who are looking for a drink after a long hard day of work. And since Butte, Montana was a bustling mining town, the demands for such a place is high, making it possible for places like the Rookwood Speakeasy to be established.

Some may think that the Rookwood Speakeasy is just another bar, designed to provide alcoholic beverages to those who want it. However, it is also a part of history, since these places have always been around and actually played a part in this nation?s colorful past.

The Rookwood Speakeasy tend to stand out as well for being one of the most beautiful and complete speakeasies that is located west of Chicago. It is now open for tours and events rentals.
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