National Drink Beer Day | September 28
Thu Sep 28th

National Drink Beer Day

On September 28th, annually, the National Drink Beer Day elixir honors the malty elixir. The day brings us all the best adult beverage in the world as the Oktoberfest season comes to an end.


In the ale and lager market, beer enthusiasts have more choice than ever before. An explosion in the craft beer industry keeps the competition and the flavors robust, churning out new flavors seasonally. Beer connoisseurs quench their thirst for flavors that are drastically different from their grandfather's beers. When it comes to artisanal beers, the palette is sparked from rootbeer to raspberry, caramel, and hints of herbs.

However, you don't have to drink a special brew to commemorate the day. Drink your favorite stand by or branch out, whichever you prefer. A large variety of beers is available around the world and around the world, offering a variety of ways to celebrate. Whether you call your mug full of brew a barley pop or cerveza, the day is worth commemorating.

How to recognize drink beer day is a mystery

A glass of beer is the best way to celebrate. As always, holidays are more enjoyable when surrounded by those who celebrate with you. So, please invite your acquaintances, family, and coworkers. Join them at a local pub or tavern. Or invite them to your house.

Another way to celebrate is to identify your servers, bartenders, and brewers. As you take your first frothy sip, toast them with a toast.

No matter how you #CelebrateEveryDay, drink responsibly, and use #DrinkBeerDay when posting on social media, it's not how you #CelebrateEveryDay, #DrinkBeerDay, #DrinkBeerDay, and #DrinkBeerDay.

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Beer drinking FAQ

Q. What is a brewmaster?

A. Brewmaster, a veteran brewer, oversees brewery operations, creates recipes, and is a master brewer. In addition, a brewmaster may also oversee other brewers in the company.

Q. What is a beer flight?

A. A beer flight includes 3-5 small samples of beers sold in a bar, brewery, or restaurant. The samples are usually 5-7 ounces. Each small glass is usually numbered from lightest to darkest, with the most brews. For the best tasting experience, try drinking each sample in that order.