The occasion is a cause for celebration, and the best way to do so is by drinking beer, of course. But for a 14-year period before 1933, cracking open a cold one wasn't allowed in the U.S. due to prohibition. Thankfully, those days are long gone because of one Franklin Delano Roosevelt who fought to legalize beer.


The order comes with some limitations, but gives businesses who hold ABC liquor licenses the ability to sell cocktails to customers to-go. The list of those establishments includes bars, restaurants, clubs, private bars, breweries and distilleries.