Celebrating the Ingenuity and Resilience of Craft Brewers and Distillers Nationwide
National Beer Day is celebrated on April 7th to commemorate the day in 1933 that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harisson Act, thus legalizing the sale of beer after a ban of 13 years. Prohibition was fully overturned nearly 8 months later with the passage of the 21st Amendment on December 5, 1933.
This day reminds us that it is not the first time that brewers have faced adversity… and certainly not the last. While this National Beer Day may be a bit different than those passed, it is the resilience and unity of brewers that will be rememebered – and that will ensure that we all make it through this… together.
As dedicated partners in the craft beer industry, we care about you and your business. Whether you have jumpstarted canning operations and/or switched to curbside to-go, we admire your ingenuity, and are committed to providing service however we can to support your changing needs. We remain open, so please feel free to call or email anytime with confidence that we will respond promptly.
At this time, our coaster manufacturing facilities are currently closed until further notice (but we are still able to provide our other products!). Rest assured that we will reach out as soon as things open up, and in the meantime are looking for ways to help folks save money on products that are useful during this time.
As such, we are currently taking orders for Group Runs of 4” Stickers and Growler Tags (see below), and will be reaching out shortly about other items like beer can labels. Let us know if there is anything else you can use.
We look forward to hearing from you, and know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Imagine the excitement when people could finally drink beer after 13 years of prohibition—it is only a matter of time before we get there once again.