Beer Day Britain, the UK’s annual national beer day is happening on June 15th 2023.
Hundreds of thousands of beer drinkers will be celebrating Beer Day Britain as they do each year. The focus of the day is the National Cheers To Beer (#cheerstobeer) toast at 7pm. This simple activity is not only marked across the UK but by beer drinkers around the world who participate each year on June 15th, with so many people joining in that #cheerstobeer trends on social media.
Jane Peyton, beer sommelier and instigator of Beer Day Britain said ‘Every day is beer day for beer lovers, but June 15th is extra special and gives us a chance to celebrate the national drink. And beer tastes so much better when consumed with friends in a pub with a great atmosphere!’
For more information and to download a logo please visit www.BeerDayBritain.co.uk or on social media – @BeerDayBritain on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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About Jane Peyton
Jane Peyton is the instigator and driving force of the UK’s annual national beer day – Beer Day Britain (June 15th).
She is an award-winning beer sommelier, drinks educator, writer, broadcaster, pub expert, and public speaker. She is the founder of the School of Booze – a drinks education consultancy and corporate events production company.
Jane was the UK’s first accredited Pommelier (cider sommelier) and Britain’s first Beer Sommelier of the Year. She is a former Imbibe Magazine Drinks Educator of the Year. For her beer work she was awarded the title Outstanding Individual Achievement in Beer from the Beer & Cider Marketing Awards, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from Britain’s All Party Parliamentary Beer Group.
Jane is the author of ten non-fiction books including ‘The Philosophy of Beer’, and Drink: A Tippler’s Miscellany’
Her favourite place to be is in the pub drinking beer with friends.
About Beer Day Britain
Beer Day Britain is an annual celebration on June 15th for all beer lovers and it celebrates beer from mainstream lager to limited edition craft beer and everything in between no matter where it is brewed.
June 15th is significant because that is also the date Magna Carta was sealed in 1215. The great charter mentions ale in Article 35.
‘Let there be throughout our kingdom a single measure for wine and a single measure for ale and a single measure for corn…..’
Ale was so important in England in 1215 that it was cited in one of the most significant legal documents in history. Today beer and pubs are still central to British life and seven out of 10 drinks sold in a pub are beer.
Jane Peyton email: jane@BeerDayBritain.co.uk
Social media: Twitter and Instagram @BeerDayBritain. FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/beerdaybritain/
Contact: Jane Peyton, jane@BeerDayBritain.co.uk