We think that National Beer Day should be celebrated by everyone the only way that we can think of -- By drinking beer!

What do we have in store for you? Well have you ever heard of crowlers? 32oz of beer canned in our Tap Room in front of your very eyes! Take a crowler home with you and enjoy a pint of your selected beer in the Tap Room on us.

We'll be facing off two of our most beloved beers all day long. Buy a pint of that beer? Get one raffle ticket. Buy a crowler of that beer? Get two raffle tickets. Fill your growler with that beer? Get four raffle tickets! Put your raffle ticket into the pitcher and at the end of the day, we'll pull a winner!

// Crowler deals
// Beer face-off
// Brunch food truck

National Beer Day is celebrated in the United States every year on April 7, marking the day that the Cullen–Harrison Act was enacted after having been signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933. Upon signing the legislation, Roosevelt made his famous remark, "I think this would be a good time for a beer." The law went into effect on April 7 of that year, allowing people to buy, sell and drink beer containing up to 3.2% alcohol by weight (or 4.05% by volume) in states that had enacted their own law allowing such sales. People across the country responded by gathering outside breweries, some beginning the night before. On that first day, 1.5 million barrels of beer were consumed, inspiring the future holiday. Today, April 7 is recognized as National Beer Day.