Tuesday, March 31, 2015

National Beer Day is April 7th. Where are you drinking?

April 7 marks National Beer Day, a celebration of the Cullen–Harrison Act being signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933. That law went into effect on April 7 of that year, allowing people to buy, sell and drink beer again after 13 years of prohibition. To celebrate this victory, Budweiser sent out teams with their now famous Clydesdale horses to deliver the first cases of beer to the White House and the Empire State Building, where the office of former. Gov. Al Smith was located. Now, Ker’s WingHouse Bar & Grill is celebrating this historic day by offering a spectacular deal on pitchers, with Budweiser included of course.

“Nothing tastes better than freedom,” says Terry Ryan, CEO of Ker’s WingHouse Bar & Grill. “National Beer Day is a day to celebrate our right to participate in America’s oldest tradition, leaving your stresses behind with a cold beer and good company.”

To help Florida participate in this age-old American tradition, WingHouse is offering $5.99 beer pitchers on National Beer Day, April 7, at all WingHouse locations.

“This isn’t a holiday to celebrate alone. We invite the community to take advantage of this great deal in the company of our famous WingHouse Girls and mouth-watering food.”

Founded by the National Football League’s (NFL) Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos alumni, Crawford Ker, the first WingHouse opened in Largo, FL in 1994. The WingHouse staff’s dedication and teamwork was a recipe for success. Now, WingHouse has over 24 locations throughout Florida with plans to grow into the rest of the Southeast.

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