National Beer Day History
National Beer Day celebrates the passing of the Cullen-Harrison Act. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the act in 1933. It allowed for the sale of beer and wine with an alcohol content up to 3.2% (by weight) in the United States. This act was an important step toward ending prohibition. It lead to the repealing of the 18th amendment and the ratification of the 21st amendment.
National Beer Day was started in 2009 by Justin Smith. It became an official observance in 2018 when the Virginia General Assembly passed a House Joint resolution. It is observed annually on April 7th.
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