Cheers with your beer glasses on National Beer Lovers Day

Cheers with your beer glasses on National Beer Lovers Day

Updated on September 07, 2022 10:57 AM by Anthony Christian

Just like tea and coffee, beer falls in line with the most beloved drink of today's world. This beverage is considered a perfect drink when taken in moderation as it contains low alcohol compared to wine or other spirits.

These Breweries are a multimillion-dollar industry With 3,093 breweries across America, among which craft beer is a rising segment of the beer business, which is currently $14.3 billion in the making. 

Happy National Beer Lovers day

National Beer Lovers Day falls on September 7 every year. And this is a day for individuals who adore and love beer wholeheartedly, just for beer lovers. 

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History of Beer lover's day

Different civilizations came with their unique blend, and in the passage of years, breweries have drastically changed. Beer is considered the oldest alcoholic beverage made by humans and it is believed to have originated in western Iran at the time of the fourth millennium BC. At that time, people were experimenting with how to produce and drink from malted barley. 

In the 21st century, the modern world is going insane with its taste as it makes people feel good. This drink is frequently used in gatherings, functions, and celebrations worldwide. 

And thus, dedicated a day to commemorate a special day called Beer day, but this is not the actual reason. Between 1920 and 1933, the United States came up with a nationwide ban on this beer's production, importation, transportation, and sales. 

During the 19th century, society was badly ruined by the ill effects of alcohol, and pietistic Protestants led a protest with the idea of healing the nation free from alcohol. As a result of this protest, alcohol was banned in America. This dipped the local revenue. 

During the beginning of the Great Depression, followed by the crash in the stock market for the prospects of new jobs to increase government revenue, the ban was lifted, and thanks to Franklin D. Roosevelt for bringing in the amendment that allowed production and sales of low –alcohol beer

On April 7, 1933, the U.S. abolished Prohibition and celebrated it as “National Beer Day”. And “National Beer Lovers Day” is for those who love beer and celebrate it in the name.

Do you know what a beer enthusiast is called?

Beer lovers are referred to by the name Cerevisaphile, derived from the Latin name of the Roman Goddess of agriculture.

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