Several years before the 18th Amendment took effect, Michigan went dry, but that didn't stop the industry. Detroit was a hotbed for bootlegging during the Prohibition era. In 1925, historians estimate the city hosted approximately 15,000 speakeasies and so called "blind pigs." While many closed, some managed to go mainstream. Here are few of Metro Detroit's authentic speakeasies.
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