National Beer Day

National Beer Day Quick Facts - CA

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2021 DateApril 7, 2021
2022 DateApril 7, 2022
National Beer Day

National Beer Day History

National Beer Day celebrates the passage of the Cullen-Harrison Act, which on this day in 1933, allowed for the sale of beer and wine with an alcohol content of up to 3.2% (by weight) in the United States. It was an important step toward ending prohibition.

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National Beer Day Facts

  • While having supper at the White House, Franklin Roosevelt said "I think this would be a good time for beer." Later that day, he would prepare a message asking for the amendment of the National Prohibition Act (Volstead Act).
  • Justin Smith has been the main proponent of the holiday. A friend of his suggested celebrating the day after they learned Iceland had a similar holiday (on March 1st). Justin managed to get official recognition for the day in Virginia beginning 2019 and is advocating for official national recognition.
  • Recognition of this holiday increased greatly in 2011 with the help of the smartphone app Untappd. The makers of the app created a special badge for it. Badges are graphics that are awarded to users of the app as they record beers they've tried and venues they've visited.

National Beer Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Drink beer! Many places have specials for the day. But remember to drink responsibly.
  • Use the Untappd app during National Beer Day to "check-in" to any beer and receive a special badge.
  • Brew your own beer. The American Homebrewers Association has many tutorials for beginners.

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