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History buffs and ringers at trivia, you love a cocktail with a good backstory and sharing those icebreakers while toasting with friends and strangers. Commemorating Utah's role in the vote to end Prohibition, 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan from Park City's High West Distillery is a ready-to-drink cocktail in a bottle — and they chose the Manhattan for its classic appeal and timelessness. Using the pre-Prohibition recipe of two parts whiskey (High West Double Rye!) to one part sweet red vermouth (Quady Winery's Vya) and two dashes of Angostura bitters (Florida Distillers), then aged in the rye whiskey's American white oak barrel for 120 days to marry the flavors to make "a darn fine elixir to celebrate Repeal Day and thank Utah for its role in ending the Noble Experiment." Pour over ice and enjoy, or gift to a worthy pal!