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International Beer Day

August 5, 2022 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

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International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

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International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

International Beer Day image

International Beer Day

Beer is one of the oldest drinks the world has ever known. International Beer Day gives fans worldwide just one more excuse to have a round on the first Friday in August.

Beer has a reputation as the drink of choice for the ordinary working man or woman.

When it’s served up cold and frothy or strong and We celebrate International Beer Day on the first Friday in August every year – August 5, when summer’s end begins to loom large.

The start of another weekend beckons us to put aside our work, set aside differences, and come together to celebrate our shared love of beer.

Beer somehow manages to do what politicians have tried to do for centuries – unite people in a common cause for good.

Our insatiable thirst for beer gives us reason to pause; to stop what we’re doing, sit down and converse with one another over a pint or two.

The conversation may be pleasant or not, calm or animated, but somehow beer makes it possible to agree to disagree and still walk away friends.

Plenty of us have no doubt solved many of the world’s problems over a few pints of beer.

Find out more about International Beer Day here

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *