Image courtesy of The Doughnut Project
On December 5 every year, Repeal Day is celebrated. This day recognizes when Prohibition was repealed in the United States in 1933 with the passage of the Twenty-first Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

As part of this celebration, New York City’s The Doughnut Project is teaming up with Redemption Rye Whiskey for a special doughnut honoring Repeal Day. The whiskey brand is focused on bringing back rye whiskey to its pre-Prohibition glory as a top spirit in America, hence its interest in Repeal Day.

On Friday, December 1 through Tuesday, December 5, The Doughnut Project will offer an Old Fashioned Cocktail Doughnut, made with Redemption Rye Whiskey.

The New York-based doughnut shop recently teamed up with another alcoholic beverage company, Angry Orchard Hard Cider, for a fall-inspired doughnut. On National Apple Cider Day on Saturday, November 18, the two companies introduced The Angry Crisp Doughnut.