Sunday Is National Beer Day . . . But in a Way, Isn’t Every Day?
Sunday is National Beer Day. And the date actually isn’t random. On April 7th, 1933, FDR took the first major step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law that would allow people to brew and distribute beer in the U.S.
Anyway, maybe Sunday would be a good occasion to have a beer. There’s always a good reason to have a beer, especially a fresh, craft brewed gem from one of our many local microbrewerys!
A survey in honor of the holiday asked people who drink beer how many they put down during the average week.
65% have one to four beers a week . . . 18% have around one beer a day . . . 12% have more like two or three a day . . . and 5% put down more than 21 beers a week, which means an average of more than three a day.
Do me a favor, when you do crack open a cold one, rather than drink a big bland national brand, stop by one of our neighbors and experience what a beer should really taste like! I know you will be happy you did! You never know, I may see you out and about.