Ladies and Gentlemen grab your mugs, steins, and frosty pint glasses, because it's time to celebrate everyone's favorite malty, hoppy beverage. Yes, you got it right! Today we're going to dive in, headfirst, into the frothy, bubbly history of an absolutely orangic day, National Beer Day. By the way, this one holds 'hi(story)' in high regard, so stick with us for your daily pint of knowledge.
It's national beer beer day on the 8th April.
What started as a grassroots movement (pun intended) on social media ended up becoming a juggernaut of a day celebrated by brew lovers around the world. According to our records, the first mentions of National Beer Day goes as far back as 2930 mentions online, with its peak popularity being on April 8, 2015. Now, isn’t that interesting? Also, why is it on April 7? Well hold your beer, folks, there's a really cool history behind it.
National Beer Day is celebrated on April 7 to mark the day that the Cullen–Harrison Act was signed into law which redefined an 'Intoxicating Beverage' in the United States. This law went into effect on April 7, 1933, allowing folks to legally buy, sell, and drink beer. Hence, April 7, got its special place on the calendar as our beloved 'National Beer Day'.
Today, breweries and bars host special events and offer discounts, beer enthusiasts share their favorite brews on social media, and people gather together to appreciate this timeless beverage. In a world of endless beer styles, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste, whether you’re a fan of a hearty stout, a crisp lager, or a tangy sour.
Did you know beer is one of the world's oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC? It's not just a drink, it's a legacy. A frothy toast to human civilization. So, the next time you're sipping your favorite beer, remember you're sharing a gulp of history.
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