For those who miss prohibition and all the fun of the speakeasy, watch this MGM musical short from 1930, with Penny Singleton (later to play Blondie opposite Arthur Lake's Dagwood in a series of 28 movies) singing (with that voice she could have been perfectly cast as Olive Oyl) and dancing, and and Al "Rubber Legs" Norman dancing, to "Good News", with Abe Lyman and his orchestra. There are some pre-Hayes Code dance moves (I see England, I see France!) by Singleton. An interesting bit of trivia about Singleton is recounted on this page, where she is credited with creating the concept of actors' residuals.
Potentially better than beer (WHAT?!?): candy that fights cavities!
There was weather as well, but it's gone now.
Edit: And, yes, I did forget to include the link to the Penny Singleton video. Fixed now. And no, I'm still not drunk. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry.