Beer lovers across the United States, take note: National Beer Day is April 7. So if you’ve been looking for a reason to tip back a few brewskis or enjoy a little weekday drinking, look no further.
National Beer Day is celebrated annually on April 7 because on that day in 1933 Americans could once again legally buy, make and drink beer, after 13 years of Prohibition.
Here are just a few National Beer Day deals we were able to compile from bars and restaurants across the country:
- Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery: Located in Scottsdale, Arizona, Two Brothers is unveiling a new house-brewed beer – the Pollinator – on April 7. You can sample the beer free of charge on National Beer Day. The brewery is also offering complimentary beer-centric appetizers, according to the Scottsdale Independent.
- Grand Central Terminal: It’s a New York beer drinker’s dream come true. The shops and restaurants at Grand Central, including the Beer Table, Central Market New York, Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant, Michael Jordan’s The Steak House, Shake Shack, Shiro of Japan, Tri Tip Grill and Zaro’s Bakery, are all offering some type of beer special or beer-tasting event.
- Southerleigh: Located at the Pearl Brewery in San Antonio, Southerleigh is celebrating National Beer Day with four-beer flights for $5 (regularly $12-$16) and eight-beer flights for just $8 (regularly $20-$30), according to San Antonio Magazine.
- Growler USA: According to Austin Monthly, Growler USA is the place to be on Beer Day. The microbrew pub is featuring several beer specials on April 7, including 10 percent off growler refills, $2 off all appetizers, $3 off all kombucha, $2 off all wines and $2 off all Texas beers. Plus, all guests get a free 64-ounce plastic growler. These deals are for the Austin location; contact a Growler USA in your area to see if they’re offering similar specials.
Many local bars and restaurants, in addition to national chains, offer discounted brews or other specials on National Beer Day, so even if you can’t take advantage of one our featured deals, you can probably find your own beer special at your favorite bar or pub.
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