(Sheridan, Wyo.) — Today, April 7, is National Beer Day. According to this Fortune.com article
, "National Beer Day is
closely linked to the end of Prohibition, a 13-year period of time that ran
through the 1920s and early 1930s in which it was illegal to consume,
produce, or distribute alcoholic beverages. Specifically, the holiday is
closely tied to the Cullen–Harrison Act, which was signed into law by
President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to mark the end of the alcohol ban."
To celebrate, and because it is also #ThrowbackThursday, In Rust We Trust
shared these fantastic photos of
Sheridan Beer memorabilia with Dally!
[image: Inline image 3]*h/t In Rust We Trust/Pitchengine Communities*
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*h/t In Rust We Trust / Pitchengine Communities*
Do you remember Sheridan Beer? Share your story, memory or photo
! But if you have a can in your
basement, you may NOT want to dust it off and crack it open today. Just to
one of our local breweries instead.