On December 5, 1933,Utah was the final state to repeal Prohibition, putting the ratification of the 21st Amendment into place. Even though Prohibition didn't officially end today many still revere this as a holy day, that helped propel the United States out of the Great Depression.
You may find it interesting to know that it was never illegal to drink during Prohibition. The 18th Amendment
and the Volstead Act, the legal measure that included the instructions
for enforcing Prohibition, never barred the consumption of alcohol–just making it, selling it, and shipping it for mass production (and consumption).
Please grab glass of whatever you hold dear and hoist one for the proponents of the 21st Amendment.