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Why will so many people be spending April 7 soaking up the suds? Find out, and then check out our roundup of current jobs openings.

Though their names might not be familiar, many should be raising a pint to former Sen. Pat Harrison and Rep. Thomas Cullen this Saturday.

They sponsored the “Cullen-Harrison Act,” which marked the beginning of the end of prohibition in the U.S. This amended the “Volstead Act“—which prohibited the manufacturing and selling of alcohol in the U.S.—and made it legal to produce, buy, sell and consume alcohol of up to 3.2 percent alcohol by volume.

It was signed March 22, 1933, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and went into effect April 7, 1933. “I think this would be a good time for a beer,” President Roosevelt said after signing the legislation.

This led to the end of prohibition just eight months later, on Dec. 5, 1933.

In 2009, Justin Smith came up with an idea to commemorate the occasion, and it’s taken off. Since then, April 7 has become a day of celebration for beer enthusiasts—it’s National Beer Day.

The hashtag #NationalBeerDay will probably be trending on social media this Saturday, but some organizations are already looking to cash in on the celebration—and there is plenty of business to take advantage of.

According to the Brewers Association, the overall beer market was $111.4 billion last year, with craft beer surging to make up $26 billion of that share.

Breweries, restaurants and tap rooms will be offering special deals, limited-release beers, prizes, special-guest appearances and more.

Easy Tiger Bake Shop and Beer Garden in Austin, Texas, will offer a cheese and beer pairing—a departure from the standard coupling of varietal wines with your favorite Gouda, Brie or Stilton.

The James Beard Foundation will be celebrating by pairing craft beer with delectable dishes.

Scottish Ohio Games will partner with DogTap Columbus (owned by the Scottish BrewDog Brewing Co.) for a beer school, with a portion of the sales going to fund the games.

Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas is getting in on the action.

Even a health-conscious blog is tapping into the celebration.


Want to work for the organization behind Corona Extra, Modelo Especial and Ballast Point? Constellation Brands is looking for an associate digital marketing manager in San Francisco.

More of a Pabst Blue Ribbon fan? Pabst Brewing Co. seeks a brand manager in St. Louis.

Maybe you’d prefer to work for The Boston Beer Company? It is in search of an associate brand manager for Samuel Adams in Boston.

If you’re a fan of the Budweiser family of beers, Anheuser-Busch is looking for a senior key account manager in Chicago.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Conference content producer—Ragan Communications (Illinois)

Senior account managerreal estate PR—Lynn Hazan & Associates (Illinois)

Communications representative—Jackson EMC (Georgia)

Communications specialist—McAfee (Texas)

Digital communications manager—AccentCare (Texas)

Account manager—Muck Rack (New York)

Senior investments writer—ICMA-RC (Washington, D.C.)

PR manager—InnoGames (Germany)

Editor, San Francisco technology bureau—The Wall Street Journal (California)

Communications coordinator—St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Tennessee)

Government relations intern—Adobe (Washington)

Senior manager in digital care—Capital One (Virginia)

Account director, digital, brand—Edelman (Canada)

Content editor—ProQuest (Michigan)

Communications manager, Advanced Structures and Composites Center—University of Maine (Maine)

Public relations and social media manager—Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (Colorado)

Director, UK government relations—Pearson (United Kingdom)

Policy manager—Airbnb (California)

Manager, loyalty communications—Air Canada (Canada)

Content manager—Gartner (Oregon)

Senior campaign director—The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Texas)

Social and digital manager, North America—SWAROVSKI (New York)

Interactive marketing manager—Thomas Jefferson University (Pennsylvania)

Dean, School of Journalism and Graphic Communication—Florida A&M University (Florida)

Executive editor, journals—Royal Society of Chemistry (United Kingdom)

Senior marketing manager—Qorvo (North Carolina)

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