About National Lemonade Day
Lemonade is a refreshing drink that has been around for centuries. It is thought to have originated in Persia and then made its way to Europe. There are many different recipes for lemonade, but most include lemons, sugar, water, and ice.
Lemonade became popular in the United States in the early 1900s. It was often sold by street vendors, who would carry large jugs of the drink on their shoulders. In the summertime, people would enjoy cold lemonade while sitting on their porches or in their yards.
Today, lemonade is still a popular drink and can be found at restaurants and convenience stores nationwide. It is especially enjoyed during the hot summer months.