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National Beer Day is here… and it’s time to celebrate.
Observed April 7 each year, it’s a celebration of the beginning of the end of Prohibition in the U.S. That was the date in 1933 when the Cullen-Harrison Act went into effect under President Franklin Roosevelt. The law allowed beer and wine to be sold and consumed, as Forbes noted.
These days, alcohol is definitely legal. And Thursday, it’s even cheaper than usual. Here are a few retailers running deals on National Beer Day, as reported by various media outlets:
- BJ’s Brewhouse is offering $10 off any $35 purchase through April 17 with this coupon.
- At Grand Central Terminal in New York, multiple restaurants are running deals: Central Market New York will discount any beer $1 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. EDT; Shake Shack will furnish $3 ShackMeister Ales with either burger or frozen custard concrete purchases; and Tri Tip Grill will provide customers $2 tall cans on tabs of $7.99 or more.
- Get a free draft beer with any food purchase from noon to 6 p.m. EDT at Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails in Hallandale Beach, Florida.
- At Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery in Scottsdale, Arizona, customers can test a new beer for free.
- Beef O’Brady’s in Oviedo, Florida, is offering free beer and other specials all day long.
- Snag $4 craft pints and free cups at Loggerhead’s Beach Grill in Folly Beach, South Carolina, between 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. EDT.
- At Joe’s Liquor Bar in Rock Springs, Wyoming, all domestic beers are $2.50, while patrons also can score free beer swag.
- WearYourBeer.com is offering its merchandise at discounts of as much as 70 percent.
- Download a beer coupon from Tamarack Tap Room in Woodbury, Minnesota, and get a free beer with any food purchase.
- Stop by Donnelly’s Public House in Fairport, New York, for a tasting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. EDT.
- Chop Chicago is taking half off the prices of all beers Thursday.
- Nab $1 Yuengling drafts at four Ford’s Garage locations in Florida, as well as two-for-one craft bottles.
- Southerleigh at the Pearl in San Antonio, Texas, will discount its beer flights to $5 for four samples and $8 for eight between 11 a.m. and midnight local time.
- Northern Brewers’ homebrew starter kit is $60 off online.
- KegWorks is taking 20 percent off bottle openers and cap catchers through next week via its online store.
- If your name is “Beer,” or something close to it, you can get a free burger at the Office Tavern Grill in Morristown, New Jersey.
We know it’s not technically watermelon season yet, but the watermelon in the store looked so good it was hard to pass up. We got a quarter of a watermelon and trekked over to the beer section to find the perfect one to go with the watermelon; enter Shock Top Wheat Beer. Both the watermelon and the beer complement each other really well, and one doesn’t outshine the other. This is the perfect drink for a hot day after work when you just need a drink (or two) to unwind.
- 1/4 watermelon, cut up into chunks
- 2-4 White Beers or Wheat Beers, we used Shock Top
- Place the watermelon chunks in your blender. Puree until smooth, then pour into a sifter over a bowl. Strain until only the juice is left and there is no pulp -chill for at least an hour. Fill a glass with the beer and pour the watermelon juice on top. Serve immediately.
Here’s one way to toast the start of Hanukkah: Head to your local liquor store at sundown for some He’Brew: The Chosen Beer brews by New York-based Shmaltz Brewing Co.
Hanukkah, Chanukah: Pass the Beer, a dark ale brewed with eight varieties of malts and eight varieties of hops. The festive beer is also 8 percent alcohol by volume — a nod to Hanukkah’s eight nights.
Reunion Ale ’14 — A Beer for Hope, a collaboration with Georgia-based Terrapin Beer Co., is a dark imperial brown ale brewed with toasted coconut, vanilla, cinnamon, coffee and cocoa nibs. A portion of proceeds benefits the Institute for Myeloma and Bone Cancer Research.
Rejewvenator, a mix between a Belgian-style dubbel ale and a dopplebock European-style lager, was brewed with California merlot wine and Concord grapes from New York.
St. Lenny’s — The Immaculate Collaboration, a Belgian-style rye double IPA, was brewed in partnership with Cathedral Square Brewery in St. Louis. The boozy beer is 10 percent alcohol by volume.
Jewbilation 18 celebrates He’Brew’s 18th anniversary with 18 malts and 18 hops. The black session barleywine is not 18 percent alcohol by volume (that would be a little much) but it’s still a winter warmer at 12.4 percent ABV.
The 5th Annual He’Brew Gift Pack comes with eight bottles of special release Shmaltz beers — one for every night of Hanukkah. Jewbilation 18, Hanukkah, Chanukah: Pass the Beer, Reunion Ale ’14 — A Beer for Hope and St. Lenny’s — The Immaculate Collaboration are all included in the gift pack. Also inside: A custom glass, Hanukkah candles and instructions on building your own beer menorah.