April 7 is National Beer Day. It all started when President Roosevelt took the major first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law allowing people to brew and distribute beer in the United States. This happened April 7, 1933 according to National Today.
Today we take for granted the refreshing taste of an ice cold beer when visiting with friends, camping, eating out or even movie night at home. Personally, I love beer especially light beers and Hefeweizen beers. When we head out to eat I have restaurants I love based on the beers they brew. Seattle is full of family-friendly pubs with good beer and equally good food.
This beer above I was able to enjoy on Pier 66 in NYC on vacation. It was the last night of our trip and I knew the last time I was in NYC I had some good beer and food on the water and could not remember the name, so we head down to the Chelsea Market and started walking until I spotted that familiar spot. The best way to end a fun trip!
2020 will be a unique year for celebrating National Beer Day. Prior to 1933 they could not find or consume beer, now in 2020 we can buy and consume it but without our larger circle of friends or family. I am not sure what makes me more sad, the thought of no beer or no big company to drink one with on April 7!
Disclaimer: This post was sponsored in part by TOP Agency for National Beer Day. I was compensated. All thoughts and opinions are always my own.