National Chocolate Milk Day is September 27. We just love reasons to drink more milk! Photo of Chocoberry Milk Thriller courtesy of the Midwest Dairy Association.
Last Updated December 2019
National Food Holidays: September
From Wild Rice To White Chocolate, You Have Reasons To Celebrate
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We tend to think of September as “Back to School Month,” but it is also:
Wine Season and Oyster Season both begin September 1st. And, some foods that don’t get their own month get their own week:
If your organization didn’t lobby hard enough, you may just get a single day. Still, that’s enough for us to celebrate!
*National Lobster Day was moved to September 25th in 2015 by an act of the U.S. Senate. The resolution was introduced by Maine Senators Susan Collins and Angus King, after no one could find any official approval of the National Lobster Day celebrated on June 15th. However the old National Lobster Day, June 15th, is still being widely celebrated today. Keep the old and the new, we say. Here’s more information.
†Beer Holidays: In addition to Drink Beer Day on September 28th (also called National Drink A Beer Day), there are
- American Beer Day on October 27th
- National Beer Day on April 7th
- National Bock Beer Day on May 3rd
- National Homebrew Day May on the first Saturday in May
- American Craft Beer Week, the third week in May
- American Beer Month, July
- National IPA Day on the first Thursday of August
- International Beer Day, the first Friday of August
There are also local beer events.
‡Hoagies, Heroes, Subs, Etc.: May 5th is National Hoagie Day. November 4th is National Submarine Sandwich Day. And someone decided that we needed a National Eat A Hoagie Day on September 14th and Submarine-Hoagie-Grinder Day on October 9th.