A unique East End tour. In late 19th to early 20th century there were various laws prohibiting alcohol sales on local municipal and provincial levels in Canada. A complete alcohol ban on a federal level took place from 1918 to 1920, however it didn't stop certain people from producing, selling and buying. Learn the history of prohibition, jails, crime and capital punishment in Canada while sampling some local brews and cider which we are lucky to be able to enjoy legally today. This tour features a visit to historic Don Jail that has been closed down and used as an administrative building to Bridgepoint hospital. We will also stop at a park for a great photo opportunity of Toronto's picturesque skyline. You will be picked up and dropped off at Union Station. All beer and cider samples are included. Must be minimum 19 years old to participate.