- January 24 -

Beer Can Appreciation Day

Now here's a day that I can really get into! Actually, I can 'get into' the stuff inside even more. What this author really appreciates, is a beer can that is full and icy cold. Beer Can Appreciation Day celebrates that great day in 1935 when beer was first sold in cans. Okay, laugh if you...

Beer Can Appreciation Day

Now here's a day that I can really get into! Actually, I can 'get into' the stuff inside even more. What this author really appreciates, is a beer can that is full and icy cold.
Beer Can Appreciation Day celebrates that great day in 1935 when beer was first sold in cans.
Okay, laugh if you will. But, believe me when I say that Beer Can Appreciation Day is a big and important day to many people.
A lot of people do not know that there's a huge number of beer can collectors out there. Collectors meticulously open a beer can from the bottom, empty it (and drink the beer, of course), then wash and dry it. For beer can collectors, there is no shortage of types of beer, cans and bottles, and sizes. A beer can collector may have hundreds of cans and bottles.
News You Can Use: There's a market for beer cans. If you come across an old can, do not throw it out. Rather, check out the prices in a collector's catalog, or on Ebay.
Beer Can Appreciation Day provides us with the opportunity to enjoy and appreciate the many different kinds of beer cans. Enjoy today by starting, or adding to your beer can collection. As you empty the new cans, drink the contents. After all, you don't want to be wasteful do you?
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http://www.holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/January/beercanday.htm

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