Why National Beer Day is Celebrated on April 7

National Beer Day is celebrated on April 7th.

It marks the end of Prohibition in the United States.

Prohibition was a period where alcohol was illegal.

The Cullen-Harrison Act was signed on April 7, 1933.

The act allowed the sale of beer with an alcohol content of up to 3.2%.

This was a major milestone in the repeal of Prohibition.

People lined up outside breweries and taverns on this day.

They were eager to legally purchase and consume beer for the first time in over a decade.

National Beer Day is celebrated across the United States with beer lovers raising a glass to this important moment in American history.