Alcotraz Prison Cocktail Bar for Groups in Manchester
What is the Alcotraz Prison Cocktail Bar for Groups in Manchester?
A unique cocktail bar that will have your group smuggling in contraband to contribute to a notorious bootlegging gang while you’re locked up. As inmates, all participants will need to change into orange jumpsuits and try to get the booze passed the eagle-eyed Warden. Explore your way through the cells, finding the crooked guards who can help keep your contraband hidden while convicted. There will be a resident mixologist who will take your liquor and curate off-menu cocktails for everyone depending on your tastes at the end of the experience.
- Join a notorious bootlegging gang in this immersive prison cocktail bar
- Movie-like prison set
- Bring your own liquor
- Smuggle alcohol passed the Warden
- Change into orange jumpsuits
- 4 cocktails each, made to your tastes
- We recommend bringing a bottle of 70cl between 3-4 inmates – vodka, rum, gin are great options
- All glassware, mixers & garnishes included
- Includes experienced actors for full immersion
- Cloak area for belongings or take your bags in with you
- Central bars
What Do We Need for the Manchester Alcotraz Cocktail Bar Experience?
All you need to bring with you is the booze of your choice to make some delicious cocktails. Please remember to bring some ID and know that your group will change into prison jumpsuits on arrival. All glassware, mixers and garnishes are provided by the resident mixologists so you don’t need to worry.
What Liquor Shall We Bring for the Alcotraz Prison Event in Manchester?
We would recommend your standard 70cl bottle of spirits such as vodka gin or rum for the Alcotraz cocktail bar experience. Depending on your group size, a bottle between 3-4 inmates is the optimal amount for enough to go around.
History of Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay
The famous Alcatraz Island is known for previously housing a federal prison between 1934 and 1963. Whilst operating, the institution was known for the harsh weather and cold waters surrounding the island on San Francisco Bay. Because Alcatraz was deemed impossible to escape it held some of the 20th century’s most notorious criminals including Al “Scarface” Capone and Robert “Birdman of Alcatraz” Stroud just to name a few.
One of the most famous stories from Alcatraz was the (widely disputed) successful escape mission in 1962. Frank Morris and brothers John and Clarence Anglin hatched a complex plan to break out of the cells and build a raft to safety over the mile and a half open water back to land. Some say that they never made it and drowned, but some believe they lived a free life from Alcatraz prison.
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