Beer Can Appreciation Day 2023 is on Tuesday, January 24, 2023: If you could make up a national holiday what would it be and why?

Tuesday, January 24, 2023 is Beer Can Appreciation Day 2023. Beer Can Appreciation Day Party 2012 Pulled Beer Can Chicken,

Beer Can Appreciation Day

Beer only has been offered in cans since 1935, and just what an innovative moment which was. Celebrate Beer Can Appreciation Day sensibly, and consider how different the world may be should you couldn’t get beer in cans! As ever, however, celebrate sensibly. Most likely the 25th will be a good day for anybody by having an excessive drinking problem to find help.

If you could make up a national holiday what would it be and why?

Beer Appreciation Day or BAD for short.

Poll: How many knew it was Squirrel Appreciation Day today?

Poll: How many knew it was Squirrel Appreciation Day today?

It's always Squirrel Appreciation Day as far as I am concerned. I mean what's cuter than a Squirrel? So they dig up the bulbs just planted? I proclaim this *National Feed a Hungry Squirrel Week.* : }

If the Pope drank beer, what one would he chose?

If the Pope drank beer, what one would he chose?

Not American Craft Beer!

Not crappy IPA!!

Certainly not Weidmer Hefeweizen!!!

That guy is a punk.

BAM!!

"To Rome, where the new Pope Benedict XVI is beginning to define his papacy, and there are some slight changes from the last guys .... for instance, rule number one, more papal booze endorsements.

"German brewery Stuttgarter Hofbrau says it was having trouble selling its wheat beer until it discovered that back in his cardinal days, it happened to be the new pope`s favorite brand. So they put him on the label. And now the beer is flowing like wine. The pope actually gave his permission to use his image. And in return, the brewery this week sent 185 gallons of it to the Vatican.

"It`s good to be the pope."

Vatican City, Jan 29, 2008 / 10:15 pm (CNA).- The Anglican Archbishop of York presented a gift of beer to Pope Benedict XVI on his recent trip to the Vatican, the York Press reports.

Archbishop of York John Sentamu, visiting Rome to celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, presented the Pope with an illustrated history of York Minster and a cut-glass beer tankard from the Minster.

He also gave to the Pope two Yorkshire beers, Holy Grail beer and Black Sheep Ale from the Black Sheep Brewery.

Archbishop Sentamu said the gifts were chosen to reflect the Pope’s appreciation for Bavarian beer. The gifts pleased the Pope, who is Bavarian by birth and prefers beer to wine and water, according to The Guardian.

The Archbishop of York is the second-highest-ranking prelate in the Church of England, second only to the Archbishop of Canterbury.

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