Western Colorado Crowns Most Popular Place for ‘New Beer’s Eve’
Last Friday, April 6, many Western Colorado residents celebrated New Beer's Eve. Out of all the venues in the Grand Valley, where did they choose to celebrate?
Is this a real "holiday"? According to Holiday Insights, this is how the New Beer's Eve came to be.
The 21st Amendment repealed the 18th Amendment. It took effect at 12:01a.m on April 7, 1933. On the evening of April 6th, anxious Americans lined up at breweries and distilleries to purchase legal beer and alcohol at the stroke of midnight. That night, someone coined the term "New Beer's Eve", and a new annual holiday was born!
We asked you to tell us where you planned to celebrate. What started out as a fun little survey regarding a silly holiday rapidly turned into a heated race. The Palisade Livery Saloon and the Triple Tree Tavern were in a neck and neck race for days. Ultimately, we had our winner.
Congratulations to Clifton's Triple Tree Tavern. They were in second place for several days, but in the end, they came out the champion.
Congratulations Triple Tree Tavern! They received almost 50% of the vote. There were a total of 16 bars competing against one another. These two captured the vast majority of the votes. These bars don't have customers, they have fans.
There you go. When New Beer's Eve rolls around next April 6, you now know where to celebrate. It seems the Triple Tree is the place to go.