Drinking green beer on St. Patrick's Day is a tradition right up there with dressing in green and eating corned beef. Although coloring beer green does not have roots in Ireland (they actually frown upon it), it is part of the revelry oft celebrated on this green-themed holiday. If you want to avoid the packed bars and long lines this year, stay at home and enjoy these super simple tips for homemade green beer - and if you don't like beer, try the following green cocktails.Read Full Story
St Patrick's Day - March 17th - is an annual feast day celebrating Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Though an Irish holiday, St Paddy's is celebrated worldwide, with green beer, Irish food, and wearing green being the theme for hardy revelry. Throwing a St Patrick's Day party this year? Here is your guide for Irish food, St Patrick's Day cocktails, and more.Read Full Story
Shamrocks, Leprechauns and green beer -- yep, it's St. Patrick's Day. While most people celebrate the holiday by going to their local Irish pub, or anywhere they serve green beer, there are many other ways to commemorate the day. Going to a bar and raising a glass, or two, is one way to get festive, but if you aren't a beer drinker or don't like crowded bars, then we've got a few other ideas for you to observe this St. Patty's Day.Read Full Story
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