In 1925, federal agents served a search warrant at Bienfang’s Saloon and raided the Fort Atkinson bar. According to a Jefferson County Union story, agents confiscated 14 bottles of wine, 12 bottles of moonshine, three two-gallon jugs of wine and two 10-gallon kegs of wine.
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