Drinking Holidays

We’ve got the best ways to celebrate drinking holidays with your favorite drinks and beverages. Let the merriment commence!

Love a good drink? January 17 is National Hot Buttered Rum Day and we have the ideas, gifts, and more ...
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On Jan. 24, we celebrate Beer Can Appreciation Day in remembrance of the historic, monumental, and thirst-quenching day beer was ...
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Few beverages are as deep-rooted in culture of Americans’ collective childhood quite like hot chocolate. This drink reminds us of ...
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Believe it or not, there was a time when wine was more widely consumed than water.  During the Dark Ages, ...
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Every February 22, we come together for National Margarita Day to pay homage to our favorite celebratory cocktail. The margarita ...
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On National Absinthe Day, observed each year on March 5, we celebrate the drink known as “the green fairy.” Absinthe ...
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Once upon a time, the beer lovers of the United States were very sad. The government ratified the 18th Amendment ...
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On April 7, 1933, President Roosevelt took the major first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law allowing people ...
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Grab a glass of vino and toast to National Moscato Day! Every May 9, we celebrate the tasty white wine ...
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Brunch enthusiasts and cocktail fanatics mark your calendars — May 16 is National Mimosa Day! This classic mixed drink, which ...
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When our ancient ancestors in the Fertile Crescent mistakenly fermented their grapes into wine more than 7,000 years ago, little ...
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Did you know 120,000 mint juleps are sold during Derby weekend in Louisville? Although this cocktail, traditionally served in a silver ...
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The homemade liquor, moonshine, has a rich history in American culture. It conjures memories of prohibition, fast cars, stills in ...
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Break out the corkscrew and grab your best crystal – it’s time to prep for National Rosé Day. Get some ...
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Tea has been around from time immemorial, but iced tea didn't burst onto the scene and win over America's hearts ...
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What happens when you combine corn, limestone, white oak, fire, and time? You get one of the best-loved alcoholic spirits in ...
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Do you prefer it dry, dirty, shaken, or not stirred? That's the question we're all asking on National Martini Day, ...
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A frosty and delightfully creamy concoction of pineapple, rum, and coconut cream, the Piña Colada, was first created in Puerto ...
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National Daiquiri Day is celebrated each year on July 19, where people across the United States fill their glasses with ...
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They say tequila won’t fix all your problems, but we say it’s worth a shot. And this July 24, you’ll ...
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Observed each year on July 27, National Scotch Day celebrates the iconic whisky. In order to be considered scotch, this ...
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Raise a glass to International Beer Day! What better way to celebrate the joy of drinking beer but to have ...
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It’s a dark ‘n stormy day when the rum runs out, but lucky for all of us there will be ...
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People don't' need an excuse to drink red wine, but they'll gladly take it. Who do we have to thank ...
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Beer and the process of brewing beer may predate our current understanding of history. The crafting of beer carries rich ...
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Beer lovers unite! Grab an ice-cold beer (or two) and get ready to celebrate National Drink Beer Day on September ...
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Coffee is as integral a part of American culture as McDonald's, rock n' roll, and blue jeans. But if it ...
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Vodka has its roots in the Russian word voda, which means "water." Allegedly first produced in Russia in the 9th ...
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National American Beer Day is observed by beer drinkers across the nation every year on October 27. There are over 2,100 ...
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Stout – it’s not only a polite way of calling someone short and fat – it’s also a delicious type ...
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Did you know happy hours go all the way back to WW1? Sailors in the US Navy threw get-togethers that ...
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Back in 1933, following the signature of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the United States ended its 13-year experiment with the ...
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Dec. 10 may not be the only day we enjoy this light, crisp, blonde adult beverage, but it sure is ...
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Sangria was first introduced during the Roman invasion of the Spanish region, where they added wine and other spices to ...
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