National American Beer Day

National American Beer DayNational American Beer Day

Raise a glass to your favorite domestic brews on October 27th for National American Beer Day. 

American brewing practices have been around since before the arrival of European colonists as many Indigenous tribes used ingredients like birch sap and corn to create a fermented drink. When the Europeans did arrive, they combined these native brewing practices with those they brought with them.  

Beer brewing quickly became a major part of the colonial economy with the first public house opened in 1634 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The oldest brewery still producing beer, the Eagle Brewery, was built in 1829 by David G. Yuengling that survived the Civil War and Prohibition. 

Today, there are over 2,100 breweries in business in the U.S. ranging in size from microbreweries to massive international brands. So, whether you prefer a lager or an IPA, be sure to crack open a cold one for National American Beer Day on October 27th.

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