National Beer Day
Date When Celebrated : This holiday is always held on April 7
On March 22, 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, signed into law, the Cullen-Harrison Act. This act, repealed prohibition for beer. Effective April 7, 1933, people could once more buy, sell and consume beer.
The night before, was called "New Beer's Eve" That night millions of Americans lined up waiting for the stroke of midnight.
On April 7, 1993, the first National Beer Day, Americans consumed 1.5 million barrels of legal beer and ale.
Let's all lift our frothy mugs in celebration on this very special day.
Heard at the Beer Hall: ... to me "Drink Responsibly", means don't spill it.
Flower of the Day: Easter Lilies
Recipe of the Day: Marshmallow Applesauce Cake
What happened on this Day? This Day in History
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