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In 1919, the US Constitution endorsed the 18th Amendment, which induced the prohibition period. Across the whole United States of America, manufacturing, transporting, and selling the alcohol was proscribed. Of course, the home brewing was banned as well. Moreover, many protests were seen where they were holding posters of disapproval.
Then in 1933, the 21st Amendment was endorsed which annulled the alcohol prohibition. This gave the manufacturers permission to produce and sell the beer. However, the homebrewing was still not allowed even after legislation included the permission for homebrewing. After 55 years of legislation and prohibitions, the homebrewing was brought in the journey of legislation.