Cheers for Beer! Do you know how to celebrate National Beer Day in Canada?
Every year on April 7th, National Beer Day commemorates the signing of the Cullen-Harrison Act, which enabled the selling of low-alcohol beer. Let’s grab a beer on the list right now.
Budweiser – Anheuser-Busch InBev
Budweiser is a beverage that is so patriotic. They almost dubbed it “America”. Adolphus Busch is the company’s creator. They set out to develop the United States’ first really national beer brand, produced to be universally popular and transcend regional tastes. It was first presented in 1876. Anheuser-Busch is the world’s largest brewer.
Ale to the Chief – Avery Brewing Company
Ale to the Chief was first made in 2009 to commemorate Inauguration Day. People reintroduced it in 2012 to coincide with the presidential election. This all-American stout is fit for the White House!
Samuel Adams Boston Lager – Boston Beer Company
People created this beer in honor of Samuel Adams. He was a founding father who inherited his father’s brewery. Samuel Adams Boston Lager is an amber lager with a toasted flavor. They use conventional brewing methods to create it. Everyone now regards Samuel Adams as one of America’s most award-winning craft brewers.
U.S. Pale Ale – Capital Brewery
This is a bold wager that doesn’t overpower hop presence. The color of US Pale Ale is appealing, with a light golden color and a subtle malt flavor. This beer is perfect for celebrating American Beer Day since it shows the country’s desire to try new things.
Presidential IPA – Diamond Bear Brewing Company
A beer is suitable for a President. They contain a large hoppy beer in this red and white striped bottle! They said this beer was a favorite of a former US President. Why don’t we celebrate National Beer Day with it?
Liberty Lunch IPA – Independence Brewing Company
Liberty Lunch IPA has a pine, honey, and citrus scent that complements the fresh, delicious stone fruit and tropical hop flavors. With a medium malt backbone and spicy hop flavors, they made it well-rounded. It’s brought back together by subtle honey aromas, which gently roll off the palate. This is an all-American brew!
Pabst Blue Ribbon – Pabst Brewing Company
Pabst Blue Ribbon is brewed in the greatest American Premium Lager traditions dating back to 1844. They brewed Pabst Blue Ribbon with special lager yeast and a blend of 2 and 6-row malted barley, select cereal grains, and American and European hops.
#Merica – Surly Brewing Co. for National Beer Day
#Merica! is a pre-Prohibition American Lager made in 2015 for the annual 4th of July party hosted by the Minneapolis-based punk band Dillinger Four. Pre-Prohibition American Lagers used maize as an intrinsic element of the flavor profile rather than as a mere substitute for barley malt, making them one of the only beer varieties really born in the United States.
Yuengling Traditional Lager – Yuengling Beer Co.
This iconic American Lager survived the Civil War and Prohibition. Yuengling Beer Co. is America’s oldest brewery. It’s America’s first example of a beer dynasty, and it’s basically in the blood.
Please drink responsibly to Celebrate National Beer Day!
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