Happy National Beer Day! Yes, April 7 marks the anniversary of the United States repealing prohibition for beer. Since then, people have celebrated "National Beer Day" on April 7. Where do you plan to go to raise a frosty mug in celebration of this special day?

Of course, some people think every day is "National Beer Day." For the rest of us, this date rolls around once per year. Did you celebrate "New Beer's Eve" last night? Some did.

How did this all come about? Well, on March 22, 1933, President Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrision Act, repealing the prohibition of beer (so long as it remained below 4.0% alcohol by volume). The Act went into effect on April 7, 1933.

Just how legit is "National Beer Day"? Pretty legit - the holiday has its own Facebook page.

Okay, so... where are we going? Since the holiday really only rolls around once a year, where the best place to celebrate? Cast your vote. Don't see your choice on the list? Write it in, and it will be added promptly.