Booze deals and brew facts: How to celebrate National Beer Day

We admit it. Some food holidays aren’t worth celebrating.

But National Beer Day isn’t just a randomly chosen date—it actually marks a historic occasion: the end of Prohibition in the U.S.

On April 7, 1933, people were once again allowed to buy, brew and sell beer after 13 long, dry years.

What better way to celebrate your legal right (if you’re over 21) to enjoy a beer than by cracking open a cold one today? Depending on where you are in the country, you may be springing for a hoppy IPA or a smooth and sweet hefeweizen.

Budweiser’s Let’s Grab a Beer created a “Brewnited States” beer heatmap showcasing beer styles that are the most popular across the U.S.

Check with your favorite local brewery.

Today, there are more than 3,400 beer breweries operating across the U.S. Some are industry giants, others are smaller craft or microbreweries. But with so many options to choose from, chances are there's a great beer maker within arm's reach. Check to see if they're offering any specials today. 

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