50 Best National Repeal Day Quotes, Wishes & Messages & Captions

National Repeal Day Quotes hold a special place in the hearts of those who appreciate freedom and revelry. As we commemorate the repeal of Prohibition in the United States, the occasion is marked not just by raising a glass but by the exchange of heartfelt National Repeal Day quotes, wishes, messages, and catchy captions. 

National Repeal Day Quotes

“Repeal Day is a reminder that sometimes the best laws are the ones we repeal.” – Cullen Hightower

National Repeal Day Quotes

“Prohibition makes you want to cry into your beer and denies you the beer to cry into.” – Don Marquis

“I would rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.” – Dorothy Parker

“To alcohol! The cause of—and solution to—all of life’s problems!” – Homer Simpson

“What America needs now is a drink.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

“Here’s to a temperance supper, with water in glasses tall, and coffee and tea to end with—and me not there at all!” – John Kendrick Bangs

“I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me.” – Winston Churchill

“I drink to make other people more interesting.” – Ernest Hemingway

“Repeal Day is a day to toast the triumph of common sense over absurdity.” – Unknown

“To all the Prohibitionists in the United States, except the Prohibitionists in the United States Senate—happy days are here again.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

National Repeal Day Wishes

“Cheers to the liberation of libations! Happy National Repeal Day! May your glasses be full and your spirits high.”

National Repeal Day Wishes

“On this day, let’s raise a toast to the end of Prohibition and the freedom to savor the flavors of life. Happy Repeal Day!”

“Wishing you a Repeal Day filled with joy, laughter, and the clinking of glasses. May the spirits be in your favor!”

“To the day that brought back the joy of a legal pour – Happy National Repeal Day! Here’s to celebrating responsibly and with good company.”

“May your National Repeal Day be as smooth as a well-aged whiskey and as lively as a bustling speakeasy. Cheers to the end of Prohibition!”

National Repeal Day Messages

“On National Repeal Day, we celebrate the triumph of freedom over restriction, raising a toast to the end of Prohibition and the spirit of liberty! Cheers!”

National Repeal Day Messages

“Cheers to the day that lifted the spirits, both metaphorically and literally! Happy National Repeal Day – a celebration of liberation and the pursuit of happiness.”

“As we commemorate National Repeal Day, let’s remember the resilience of those who fought for the right to enjoy a good drink. Here’s to the repeal of Prohibition and the taste of freedom!”

“National Repeal Day is a reminder that even in challenging times, the spirit of freedom prevails. Join me in celebrating the repeal of Prohibition and the joy of raising a legal glass!”

“To the end of dry days and the beginning of a spirited era! Happy National Repeal Day – a time to savor the sweet taste of liberty and the joy of shared toasts.”

National Repeal Day Captions 

“Celebrating the liberation of libations! 🥂 Cheers to National Repeal Day, where freedom and spirits flow together!”

“Prohibition, meet your match! Today, we raise our glasses high to toast the end of dry days. #RepealDayRevival”

“Pour it up, it’s National Repeal Day! 🍸 Here’s to the repeal of Prohibition and the freedom to savor every sip.”

“Unlocking the spirits of the past – Happy National Repeal Day! 🗝️ Let the good times roll with the return of legal libations.”

“Cheers to the 21st Amendment! 🎉 Celebrating National Repeal Day and the return of the roaring twenties.”

“Reveling in the repeal! 🥳 National Repeal Day is here, and we’re raising our glasses to the freedom to imbibe.”


As we raise our glasses on National Repeal Day, let’s toast to the freedom that this day represents. It’s not just about the contents of the glass but the shared moments, the laughter, and the collective acknowledgment of the liberties we hold dear. May every celebration be a testament to the enduring spirit of freedom.

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