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Wednesday, 01 August 2012 17:39

News >> Drink Beer, North Hollywood!

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International Beer Day in North Hollywood on www.nohoartsdistrict.comTaking place in pubs, clubs, bars, breweries, beer gardens and back yards all over the world and in the NoHo Arts District on August 2 is INTERNATIONAL BEER DAY. There aren't a lot of things the whole world agrees on or folks in North Hollywood for that matter, but enjoying beer is one of them, so let's all raise a pint and make a toast: “to Beer, a drink that brings the world together.” So mark your calendars every year for the first Friday of August!

Here are three really good excuses/reasons to celebrate Beer Day in NoHo:
1) To get together with friends and enjoy the deliciousness that is beer.
2) To honor the dedicated men and women who brew and serve our beer.
3) To bring the world together under the united banner of beer, by celebrating the beers of all nations and cultures together on this one remarkable day.

International Beer Day is our chance to let the breweries and bars of the world know how much we appreciate them, all while participating in one of the best activities ever -- drinking beer! Perhaps even more than the beverage itself, International Beer Day is about celebrating the establishments who produce it, sell it and give folks a place to enjoy it.

So let’s say thanks to our North Hollywood bars and hangouts:

The Federal Bar>>
Bow & Truss>>
Skinny’s Lounge>>
Brickyard Pub>>
Pitfire Pizza>>
Timmy Nolan's>>
Eclectic Bar & Grille>>

So raise your glass on August 2nd in North Hollywood to celebrate these heroes behind each tasty brew. Cheers to International Beer Day!

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Give a NoHo Shout Out to the folks who designated this holiday!

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