International Beer Day History
International Beer Day celebrates the taste of beer and the achievement of beer brewers. Beer is an ancient alcoholic drink brewed mainly from malted barley, hops, yeast and water although it is possible to brew it from other grains such as maize, wheat and rice. Records of beer date back to 4000 BC, making it one of the oldest alcoholic beverages in the world.
The three stated goals of the International Beer Day are to: appreciate brewers and servers, enjoy the taste of all beers from around the world, and to unite the world under the banner of beer. Founded in 2007 by the Association of California Brewers, International Beer Day has become an international event that is observed in more than 50 countries worldwide. It is held annually on the first Friday of August.
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International Beer Day References and Related SitesInternational Beer Day: About Beer Academy: History of Beer Bloomberg Business: World's Top 10 Beers Homan, Michael. Beer and Its Drinkers: An Ancient near Eastern Love Story. Near Eastern Archaeology 67 (2): 84–95.) Brewers Association: National Beer Sales and Production Data www.brewingawards.org: brewingawards.org The International Brewing Awards/ Cider Awards