Want to support local and celebrate National Beer Day? We've got the spots you should hit right here. April 7th is National Beer Day and usually, this is a day for celebration and plenty of drinking. This year is a little different, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing everyone to celebrate solo. Even though you're stuck inside you can still celebrate and support some great local spots for National Beer Day.

Deadbeach Brewery- offering curbside beer-to-go through online and phone orders. You can purchase 22-ounce bombers for $5, 32-ounce crowlers for $7, and 64-ounce growlers for $14.

Old Sheepdog Brewery- have crowlers available to-go and are filling ghrowlers on-site. 32-ounce crowlers are $10-$15 and 64-ounce growlers range form $20-$30.

Aurellia's Bottle Shop and Brewhouse- have curbside pickup and delivery available for customers. They are also currently brewing a special imperial stout called "We're All In This Together" with 100% of the proceeds going to their employees. They also have a Quarantine Special for $50 that inscludes a full-size specialty pizza, appetizer, 64-ounce growler of beer, and a slice of key lime pie.

Tin Man- Delivering all over the City of El Paso. Order online and they will deliver beer, ciders, and more to you. Proof of age must be presented at time of delivery. Two options to serve you: 1- Buy any fill and Tin Man will trade you your Tin Man branded growler for a new growler at delivery or 2- Buy any fill and add $6 for a new Tin Man growler to use. Curbside pick-up available Tuesday through Sunday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. No curbside on Mondays.

Blazing Tree- Open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. and offering growler fills for only $15 with up to 21 beers on tap.

El Paso Brewing Company- A wide variety of beers available in 16 oz, 32 oz, and 64 oz growler fills. Also available to go are espressos, herbal teas, soft drinks, and food. Check out their entire menu online.

Sun Brewing- is doing a pretty cool thing of offering COVID-19 Emergency Kits that include their Spontaneous Fermentated Sope, toilet paper, and beer. This brewery is even doing virtual happy hours to help people get a little more social interaction and see friends during this hard time.