Since we here in the states have to make every little holiday or day of importance an occasion to drink, what better excuse to down some delicious beer than to celebrate New Beer's Eve (a.k.a.: National Beer Day) on April 7th?
And why is New Beer's Eve important? In March of 1933, President FDR signed the CullenHarrison Act (no relation to the Twilight family) which went into effect on on April 7, 1933. Thus, at midnight on that fateful day, the sale of beer became legal once again and thus Prohibition was technically over (because liquor manufacturing and sales were still outlawed).