I agree, there are too many National Day’s of ‘crap’.
But, there is room for one more, for sure.
The Brewers Association has declared the Sunday after Thanksgiving as Small Brewery Sunday, to celebrate small and independent U.S. craft breweries.
On December 1, head out to your favorite local, small brewery and show your support for local and independent breweries seeking the independent craft brewer seal. The certified mark that identifies beer brewed by independent craft brewers.
Third Wheel Brewing in St. Peter’s will be celebrating Small Brewery Sunday on that day after Thanksgiving from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. To celebrate, they are releasing a new holiday three-pack of 16-ounce cans.
Two each of Goomah, a chocolate milk stout, Goomah Lala, a chocolate milk stout with organic peppermint, and Saint Peters’ Porter with Coffee.
Brunch will also be served from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
“I’m so proud to be part of this community and to be able to prove well-paying jobs for more than a dozen local residents by selling beer,” said Brad Wheeling, founder and co-owner of Third Wheel Brewing.
The craft brewing industry contributed $79.1 billion to the U.S. economy and provided 559,545 total jobs. In addition, craft brewers also support thousands of nonprofits and charitable organizations.
“Every dollar a beer lover spends at a craft brewery, and buying their craft beer at stores and restaurants, fuels a small business and supports the economic health of its local community,” said Julia Herz, craft beer program director, Brewers Association. “Small Brewery Sunday gives us beer lovers a formal reminder that when we buy a growler, crowler, six-pack or pint, we are supporting small brewery businesses and helping them keep their doors
open, lights on and fermentation tanks full.”
To learn more about Small Brewery Sunday, visit SmallBrewerySunday.com.