Today is National Beer Lovers Day. As a tribute to all our beer-drinking readers, we stopped by one local pub to find out a little bit more about the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage
NATIONAL | Wednesday, September 7, 2022, is National Beer Lovers Day. Each year, on this day, beer-loving Americans recognize the sudsy beverage and the many forms it comes in. Nick, a bartender from Philly’s Pub in Stroudsburg, took the time to briefly explain the differences between types of beer and what an IPA is. Nick also gave us a little more information about Philly Pub, along with some advice on celebrating National Beer Lovers Day. WATCH VIDEO.
Did you know beer is one of the world’s oldest artificial drinks?
Scientists have uncovered evidence that Sumerians were drinking beer back in 4000 BC. According to BrewsCruise, some theorize that brewing may have occurred as early as 10,000 BC.
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According to nationaltoday, Beer, and the process of brewing beer, goes back to ancient times in cultures the world over. The crafting of beer carries rich traditions, often requiring years of training and experience in the trade while the methods, grains, and flavors continue to change and evolve. Becoming a brewmaster can take years of fine-tuning the skills to make an exemplary beer or even an ale. One sure requirement is a love of beer and the craft. Today, fill your glass with an ice-cold, frothy beer and savor every gulp!
Pocono Update Urges those Celebrating National Beer Lovers Day to Celebrate responsibly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) urges responsibility. Advising the following:
- Have a Plan Whether You’re Driving, Riding, or Hosting
- Before drinking, plan a safe and sober ride home.
- Don’t let someone get behind the wheel if they’ve been drinking.
- If you’re hosting a gathering, make sure all your guests have a sober ride home.
- If you see an impaired driver, call 911. And always wear your seat belt — it’s your best defense against impaired drivers.
Drive sober or get pulled over.