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International Beer Day is a worldwide celebration of beer on August 2nd, 2013 (first Friday in August), taking place in pubs, bars, breweries, and back yards all over the world. There aren't a lot of things the whole world agrees on, but enjoying beer is one of them, so let's all raise a pint this August 2nd: to Beer, a drink that brings the world together.
- International Beer Day is on August 2nd in 2013, and takes place the first Friday in August annually
- Goal: to unite the world in celebration of beer
- 353 official celebrations in 207 cities and 50 countries in 2012
- 278 official celebrations in 138 cities and 23 countries in 2011
- Trending on Twitter in English and Portuguese in 2011
- 2011 tweets surpassed 40,000 and reached over 15 Million people
- Founded in 2007 by Jesse Avshalomov, Evan Hamilton, Aaron Araki, Richard Hernandez, Tyler Burton, and Ryland Hale
- First celebrated in August of 2008
- Currently managed by Avshalomov and Hamilton
- August was chosen for its summer weather and distance from other beer celebrations
The Banners and Logos below are Trademarks of International Beer Day. They are provided here for the convenience of Bloggers/Press and Participating Events - that is to say:
1) A blogger or member of the press writing about IBD,
2) (or) An officially participating IBD event (meaning your event has been submitted).
So feel free to use the logos if you're talking about IBD, but please don't use them to indicate official affiliation with Beer Day if you're not actually working with us. Just be cool, ya know?
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- July 26, 2013: Uniting the world through beer
- July 25, 2011: Cheers to Beer, International Beer Day is Growing
- June 16, 2010: International Beer Day is August 5th, 2010
- May 26, 2010: A Call to Arms
It's well known that drinking beer can lead to a philosophical state of mind, so here are a few moments of 'beer wisdom' to ponder on International Beer Day.