National Beer Day
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About the Event
Many people know that Dec. 5, 1933, ended Prohibition in America, but few know that 8 months before that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act on April 7, 1933, which re-legalized the making, selling, and consumption of beer and wine that had 4% alcohol by volume.
After signing the bill, FDR famously said, “I think this would be a good time for a beer”.
87 years later Americans are still celebrating the re-legalization of beer, although at a safe distance.
All-day Tuesday, April 7 beer lovers can get the following FBC crowlers and growlers carryout deals so you can celebrate at home:
- $10 crowlers
- Buy One Crowler, Get One Crowler 1/2 Off
- $3 off all growler refills
- $6 small one-topping pizzas (carryout only)
Draft list at https://www.famsbrewingco.com/beermenu
Fun Fact: It is claimed that the day that FDR signed the bill into law, Americans flooded breweries and bars, and over 1.5 million gallons of beer were sold by the end of the day.