National Beer Day marks the day that beer was allowed to be legally manufactured and sold following Prohibition. Here are 15 fun facts about beer and tax to help you celebrate the day! By 1932, National Prohibition was dying. Its dry policy and enforcement had caused a generation of Americans to be raised with a casual disregard of the law"National beer day actually has some roots and history," he said National Beer Day commemorates the Cullen-Harrison Act enacted April 7th, 1933. President Franken Roosevelt signed it into law a few weeks earlier. "And just a few years ago, the Minnesota State Fair was only allowing 3-2 beer to be purchased at the fair," he said. "It's an important day in beer history," he said. It's National Beer Day! National Beer Day marks the day that beer was allowed to be legally manufactured, and sold following Prohibition In Wisconsin, any day is a great day for a beer.
Is this yet another one of those weird random "holidays" that seem to have been created out of nowhere for no reason or logic? Yes. Is it just an excuse to drink more beer? Yes. Will we take it? Duh. While everyone has their favorite go-to watering hole, there's no lack of great new bars seemingly always opening around the city – and you voted for some of the best of the bunch during last month's Best of Bars Bar Month survey Milwaukee's full of great places to grab a beer, but when it comes to particular Milwaukee neighborhoods, apparently Bay View is best. Sadly, but unsurprisingly, there is no comprehensive roundup of all the National Beer Day deals and festivities out there. (Beer people aren't always the most organized of folks.)
But we've gathered some options - at the Office Tavern locations in Morristown and Summit, anyone with a last name that's a variation of "Beer" or "Beers," or who shares a last name with a beer brand (Coors, Pabst, etc.) gets a free burger on Thursday, in honor of National Beer Day. "Meet the brewer" events, tap takeovers, brewery tours, and special $6 to $7 growler fillup deals are available throughout Oregon on Thursday. The world's largest beer festival is Oktoberfest. Held annually in Munich, Germany, it is a 16-day funfair running from late September to the first weekend in October with more than 6 million people from around the world attending the event every year.