Beers at Sunset
 
You’ve heard of New Year’s Eve, certainly. But what about New Beer’s Eve?

Well, it’s real! And if you love beer and are ready to celebrate, the big day’s coming up!
 

The History of New Beer’s Eve

 
New Beer’s Eve has to do with prohibition in United States, which lasted from 1920 to 1933. Alcohol in all forms was forbidden during prohibition, but of course, if you’ve ever seen a movie or TV show set during that during this time, you know that speakeasies became the go-to place for those who were still aching for a shot or mug of beer.

Still, “legal alcohol” was nonexistent until finally in 1933 President Roosevelt decided to end prohibition and let the booze flow again. This all happened on April 6th, 1933 when the ban was finally lifted.

85 want years ago on the evening of April 6th, people lined up around the block at their local bars and restaurants to wait for midnight — when alcohol would be legal again. Today, we still celebrate New Beer’s Eve by toasting one on the night of April 6th, and if you’re looking for a place to celebrate this year, there’s no place better than the Scotch ‘N Sirloin in Buffalo!
 

Have a Brew at the Scotch ‘N Sirloin!

 
Head over to the Scotch ‘N Sirloin bar and lounge to have a drink on Friday, April 6th. Happy Hour starts at 4 PM and goes until 6 pm. During this time, you’ll get $.50 cents to $1 off select drinks and your choosing of our vast selection of beers on tap.

But of course, don’t leave at 6pm! To truly ring in the New Beer Year, stay awhile at our restaurant and bar and enjoy some friendly company for a delicious steak or seafood dinner! Take a look at our menu here and go here to book your reservation.

We’ll see you on April 6th!