Canadian Beer Day

Canadian Beer Day

Was that beer? Beer has been enjoyed for thousands upon thousands of years. In historical times, it was more safe to drink than water. Even today, a lot of people prefer beer to water.

Canadian Beer Day celebrates the humble beer and the Canadian beer industry. Canadian Beer Day is a wonderful day to celebrate.

A cold beer is the perfect accompaniment to any meal. There are many types of beer, including lagers and real ales. These include porters, India Pale Ales, Pilsners, and many other varieties.

Beer enthusiasts will find many interesting events throughout Canada on Beer Day. These events offer opportunities to learn more about the industry, and to connect with the brewing community.

According to the Canadian Beer Day website this is “a day to recognize Candian Beer and those who make it, sell it or deliver it, and then serve it and drink it.”

We know that beer has been brewed for at least 7,000 year. A papyrus, which dates back to around 5k BC, is the first recorded record of beer being brewed by humans. These beers were not like the ones we enjoy today. These beers were likely strong beverages, made with dates and pomegranates as well as herbs.

Many countries have held beer a historical importance, particularly in Europe and countries connected to them because of their strong brewing traditions. Many believe that Canada was the first country to brew beer. This is because it was less likely for grapes to be grown in northern regions. It also made it more difficult to make wine.

The first recorded record of Canadian brewing dates back to 1646 when a Jesuit brother started brewing in New France, one of the French colonies in continental North America. In the 1980s, there was a lot of beer options for Canadian beer drinkers, as regional breweries started to flourish.

Today, the brewing industry in Canada is huge and the Canadian beer market is flourishing. Canadian Beer Day aims to increase awareness of Canadian beer, bring together brewers and show how the industry is connected to agriculture.

Canada is ranked number 20 globally in beer consumption per capita. Candian Beer Day 2019 was the inaugural event to promote the industry. The plan is to keep it going for many more years. The first event took place at a brewery located in Saskatoon (Canada).

Canadian Beer Day is here!

This day is open to everyone, regardless of whether you’re a beer enthusiast, a retailer or a brewer. You can join in the celebration by following these tips or coming up with your own creative ideas.

A Canadian beer is the best way to get involved in the festivities. This is the day you can get a beer made in Canada by the kind and friendly Canucks, no matter where you are located.

These beers are a favourite of Canadians.

You can celebrate Canadian Beer Day by attending a special beer festival, often held in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Learn more about Canadian beer by joining the celebrations. Find local bars and pubs, visit a brewery tour, or simply get together with friends to toast Canadian Beer Day.

Beer-themed events such as brewery tours, tastings, parties and bar nights are great ways to reach the public and promote Canadian beer.

Participate in the many events that take place on Canadian Beer Day with the help of the sponsors. It’s a fantastic idea for Canadians and their friends all over the globe! There are almost 150,000 jobs sponsored through the beer industry, including 9,000 distribution workers. connect to support this day.

Sharing a beer with your friends on social media can help spread the word about the day!


May 10 2024


All Day



Next Event

Go to Top