Today in American history: alcohol prohibition ends making April 7th National Beer Day
04/07/2016 / By newstarget / Comments
Today in American history: alcohol prohibition ends making April 7th National Beer Day

While some holidays seem random – national cherry pie die or national burrito day – there’s a reason Thursday is National Beer Day.

(Article by WiscNews, republished from //www.wiscnews.com/now/today/article_be84e175-2c45-5b82-86a3-ec24f00d1a8f.html)

On April 7, 1933, prohibition ended in the United States. Americans were allowed to buy, brew and sell beer after 13 long dry years.

A beer heatmap created (of course) by Budweiser shows the most popular beer styles across the United States.

Nationwide, lagers like Budweiser are the most popular beer style, representing more than 80 percent of all beer sold by volume. Midwesterners and Southerners overwhelmingly choose lager as their beer of choice.

Read more at: //www.wiscnews.com/now/today/article_be84e175-2c45-5b82-86a3-ec24f00d1a8f.html

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