On this day, April 7th, we raise our favorite drinking vessels together to celebrate National Beer Day. Here’s a quick synopsis courtesy of USA Today (read the whole article by clicking HERE):
There is a historic element to the revelry. On this day in 1933, the sale of beer containing less than 3.2% alcohol was again permitted in the U.S. The dry spell has lasted since the imposition of Prohibition in 1919 after President Woodrow Wilson’s veto of the 18th Amendment was overridden by Congress.
If you prefer the lighthearted angle, watch the following Buffalo Wild Wings video thanks to YouTube. You’re a good man, Justin. Cheers!