During prohibition, an old speakeasy was owned by a famous moonshiner, named McCoy. He was known for his "quality product" all around the country, especially with the Palm Beach society set. In fact when people braggeed about his moonshine, it was known as "The Real McCoy." People from all over South Florida would find there way out to McCoy's speakeasy to party and drink the areas finest "shine". They would party and enjoy McCoy's hospitality all night long. Everyone got along. It didn't matter what your financial status was... titans of industry mixed with "good old boy" Florida crackers.
McCoy kept his stills hidden in the acreage back behind the speakeasy. The problem he had was that his livestock from his ranch was always getting into the new batches of shine. A couple of goats in-particular would constantly lick the stills overflow. One night those exact two goats found there way in the speakeasy walking sideways and being very friendly with the patrons. McCoy realized that his guests were staying longer to "sneak" sips and enjoy the playful animals. McCoy realized that the two goats were good for business!
It being prohibition the patrons of McCoy's establishment started using Two Drunken Goats as a "code" word for not only the speakeasy, but as well his excellent whiskey. Two Drunken Goats thrived till the end of prohibition. All that is left now is the memory of this great place where people of South Florida could come and enjoy a night of revelry. Two Drunken Goats today honors this history of McCoy's infamous speakeasy and its great moonshine!