Alcotraz Prison Cocktail Bar in Brighton
What’s Included in the Alcotraz Prison Cocktail Bar Stag Do in Brighton?
A fully immersive experience including a movie-like prison bar and eagle-eyed Warden to smuggle booze passed without getting caught! During the Alcotraz prison cocktail bar stag do in Brighton, your group are a bunch of misfits who’ve been convicted into the cells. Try your best to sneak contraband liquor passed the Warden and join the notorious bootlegging gang. Whilst inside, you’ll be given orange jumpsuits to wear while you search for crooked guards to help you. Your liquor will be made into off-menu cocktails bespoke-made to your tastes!
- Do you have what it takes to join the notorious bootlegging gang?
- Movie-like prison set
- Bring your own booze
- Smuggle alcohol passed eagle-eyed 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
- Discover good & crooked prison guards
- Cloak area for belongings or take your bags in with you
- Central bars
What Do We Need for the Brighton Alcotraz Cocktail Bar Experience?
Depending on your group size, make sure to bring enough booze to go around as each person will receive multiple cocktails per person. Everything else including glassware, garnishes and props are included to make this stag do experience a memorable one.
What Liquor Shall We Bring for the Alcotraz Prison Event in Brighton?
We suggest groups bring their favourite booze, but for the best versatility 70cl bottles of spirits such as vodka, gin, and rum work best. We recommend one bottle per 3-4 inmates joining us so there’s plenty to go around.
History of Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay
The prison bar takes inspiration from the real Alcatraz Island, home to the notorious prison by the water between 1934 and 1963. During this time, the federal prison became renowned for its harsh exterior, temperamental waters and salty air. It earned the name “The Rock” because no inmate ever escaped the island in San Francisco Bay – although this is disputed!
Some of the most famous criminals that spent time incarcerated on Alcatraz Island include Al “Scarface” Capone and Robert “Birdman of Alcatraz” Stroud. However, possibly the most famous story from this intense prison was the escape attempt of 1962 by Frank Morris and brothers John ad Clarence Anglin. Frank and the brothers created an elaborate plan to break from their cells, build a raft made of coats and float the 1 ½ mile distance back to land. Some say they drowned on the harsh waters but some swear they survived to tell the tale.
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