National American Beer Day
Today, there are more than 8000 breweries in operation in America. They range from large conglomeration businesses, to small microbreweries. It was not until a century ago that beer was illegal in the United States to sell, make or consume. America has done a great job in the years since Prohibition ended in 1933.
National American Beer Day is an opportunity to celebrate and enjoy this highly prized beverage.
American Beer’s history is longer than America itself! Native Americans actually began to brew mild alcoholic corn ales at least 1000 years before European colonists arrived to settle the area with the intent of making it the USA.
Beer was an integral part of American culture from the very beginning. The Mayflower, the first boat to carry Pilgrim settlers to Massachusetts, would have brought beer to the state. As local breweries were established in the region, the beer flowed as an import from Europe.
Women and children were allowed to consume beer because it was not always safe to drink.
Home brewing was popular in the early days of America. However, it was also very dangerous due to the possibility of a fire erupting. In 1632, New Amsterdam was the first commercial brewery to make American beer. This would become New York later.
American beer has existed for many hundred years. National American Beer Day celebrates its rich history and hopes to celebrate its future. National Beer Day is celebrated in April to mark the repeal of Prohibition. However, National American Beer Day is a little different. It’s not about any beer; it’s all about American Beer!
American beers tend to be lighter than dark, deep beers found in Europe. They are called an “adjunct pilner” and contain some malted barley. This makes the beer lighter and less hearty. It also has less hops flavor than its European counterparts.
American Beer is a beer that has a distinct flavor. Beer drinkers have many reasons to celebrate. Beer companies in America have a rich history, including names such as Samuel Adams, Budweiser and Sierra Nevada.
Some beers with a bad reputation for being foreign beers are American beers. Killian’s Irish Red and Foster’s Lager beers, Beck’s Lager, Beck’s Lager and Kirin all come from the United States. They also belong to the American Beers category.
Enjoy and Celebrate National American Beer Day with the venerable beer!
Are you looking for ways to celebrate National American Beer Day in a fun and memorable way? These are some ideas to help you pay attention to the day. And remember to drink responsibly and legally.
This should be a simple way for Americans to celebrate their country’s independence! After work, head down to your local bar and ask for American-made beer. You can also grab six packs of bottles and cans from the grocery store to take home for a friend. National American Beer Day is a great opportunity to try an American beer you haven‚Äôt tried before.
There are of course the basic beers, such as Budweiser and Miller, Coors, Miller or Michelob. You can also try something more unusual, such as a locally brewed hand-crafted beer.
A great way to celebrate National American Beer Day, is to be inspired by the craft and hobby of homebrewing beer. This can be a great way to have fun, while creating something new and exciting. Homebrewing American beer is both art and science. You will need patience and some supplies.