National Beer Day is celebrated annually on April 7.
It is one of the world’s oldest beverages and most widely consumed alcoholic beverage following water and tea.
There are about 400 different types of beers around the world.
According to Wikipedia, on April 7, 1933 in the United States, President Franklin D. Roosevelt took the first step towards ending Prohibition and signed a law allowing people to brew and sell beer as long as it remained below 4.0% ABV (Alcohol by Volume).
Here’s just a little excerpt from the Smithsonian Channel about the end of prohibition!
Here’s History channel’s take on National Beer Day.
So raise a glass today with your favourite cold brew!