Thornton, Garcia, Schmidt — we're all Irish on St. Patrick's Day. And why not? How many other days in the year do we get to drink green beer, do a jig, and pinch each other without risking a lawsuit?
Celebrate with food
Celebrate with beer
Toast the day with a totally Irish repast.
Guinness Can Draught — The best-selling stout in the world. Has a rich roasted barley flavor with caramel undertones. Great with shellfish, roasted meats, and wild game.
Harp Lager — Best-selling Irish lager. This golden lager has strong hop and malt tones. Pair with traditional Irish fare, shellfish, or dishes served with olive oilbased sauces or white sauces.
Bass Ale — Created in 1777. Brewed in Burton-On-Trent, Staffordshire, England. This rich, copper-colored ale has a full-bodied molasses nose and caramel palate. Try with cheese dishes, wild game, or spicy dishes (like fajitas or jerk chicken).
Irish Coffee — An all-time favorite that will warm you to your toes. Great for after dinner. Try our recipe:
Celebrate with blarney
In honor of the day...
"May your troubles be as few and far between
"May you work like you don't need the money,
"May you have warm words on a cold evening,