It's National Beer Day, which means you'd better be raising a glass to former president Franklin D. Roosevelt. He is, after all, part of the reason that beer can be brewed and bought in the first place - that is, he signed the Beer and Wine Revenue Act, a law that put a federal tax on alcoholic beverages (boo!) and allowed individual states the option to regulate the sale and distribution of beer and wine (yay!), back in 1933. To celebrate the historic day, RockHouse Events has organized Beer Me BrewFest - a four-hour long event with beer sampling from local, N.C.-area breweries, live music (Bling Crosby and The Daniel Sarjeant Project), games, and food (available for purchase from onsite food trucks). Just remember to drink responsibly and take notes on your favorite brew so that you can vote on the overall best beer at the fest.