For some, everyday is Canadian National Beer Day, but the wonderful people over at Beer Canada just made it official! The fact that there's been a national holiday for maple syrup and poutine but not for Canadian beer is astounding, don't you think?\nOn October 9th, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, give thanks to Canada's favourite beverage (after Tim Hortons coffee) and celebrate beer!\nThe inaugural Canadian Beer Day will be a coast-to-coast celebration of the sudsy beverage. Beer Day will allow "brewers, farmers, the hospitality industry, and beer lovers an opportunity to come together and recognize the historical, cultural and economic impact beer has had on our great country."\nThe official launch party will be at the Great Western Brewing Company in Saskatoon. If you don't live around Saskatoon, there's guaranteed to be an awesome Canadian Beer Day event near you!\nView this post on Instagram #898 - Wishing everyone a very HAPPY CANADA DAY with Canadas best brewery!!! Here is moralité grapefruit edition. A beautiful twist on the classic moralité. She was crazy juicy as you can tell, but super tangy and sour. Great beer. So what is everyone going to be drinking / grilling on this beautiful looking Canada day ??? A post shared by Beerguy Montreal (@beerguymtl) on Jul 1, 2019 at 5:20am PDT\nAccording to the official press release, there are over 1,000 independent breweries operating across the country. In Quebec, there are well over 100 breweries and most are world-renowned.\nCanadian beer rivals that of the Europeans in terms of taste and quality and it's likely that you'll hear a local brewery mentioned alongside the best in the world. In fact, Canadian beers consistently rank high in the World Beer Awards.\nView this post on Instagram Our 2018 Industry Trends update is out. Explore #beer industry data covering the past five years at the 🔗 in our bio. Hop to it! Remember, Beer Canada members get more so check your 📬 or send us a message🍻🇨🇦 #CheersCanada #cdnecon #cdnjobs #beerstagram A post shared by Beer Canada (@beercanadacheers) on May 13, 2019 at 7:07am PDT\nCanada is synonymous with beer, whether you like it or not. "Canadian beer is woven into our national fabric," said Beer Canada Chair George Croft in Beer Canada's official press release.\nREAD ALSO: Anonymous Confessions From The Employees Behind The Scenes Of Montreal Nightlife\nGeorge Croft also mentions that "the beer economy supports 149,000 Canadian jobs and provides 13.6 billion dollars annually to our national GDP. We think that's something worth celebrating."\nWhere can you celebrate Canadian Beer Day? How about anywhere! Bars and pubs across the country will be full of people imbibing and celebrating our new holiday! If you're not keen on bars, pick up a case from your favourite local brewery and settle in for a wonderful night.\nView this post on Instagram We're ready for the last long weekend of summer. Are you? #LabourDay #CheersCanada #cdnbeer #longweekend A post shared by Beer Canada (@beercanadacheers) on Aug 31, 2018 at 12:10pm PDT\nWe are, after all, MTL Blog, and we'd be remiss if we didn't mention that Montreal has one of the best bar and pub scenes in the country.\nView this post on Instagram 19 ans déjà pour #ddc Montréal! 🥂 Happy 19th anniversary DDC Montreal! . . . #dieuduciel #dieuducielbrewery #brasseriedieuduciel #brasserieartisanale #craftbeer #craftbrewery #fun #party #19ans #biereartisanale #boirelocal #drinklocal A post shared by Brasserie Dieu du Ciel! (@brasseriedieuduciel) on Sep 16, 2017 at 2:14pm PDT\nIf you're not sure which bar or pub to go to or if you need new ideas, check out one of our many lists:\nMontreal's Best Microbreweries Best Downtown Montreal Bars\n27 Bars You Should Go To More Than Twice\nThe first-ever Canadian Beer Day is happening on October 9th, 2019!\nHappy celebrations, Canada!\nPlease celebrate responsibly.