NATIONAL LAGER DAY – December 10

National Lager Day on December 10th raises a glass to the third most popular beverage after water and tea. While lager is typically characterized as a light, summer beer we believe that every season deserves to be celebrated with a few of your favorite things. Lagers are distinguished from other beers by using a cold-conditioning …
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National Love Your Red Hair Day

National Love Your Red Hair Day celebrates the beauty of those gorgeous red tresses annually on November 5th. There’s no reason to be shy. Redheads get the spotlight to show of the unique qualities of red hair.  Many redheads feel like outcasts for having red hair. This celebration empowers redheads to feel confident, look amazing, …
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NATIONAL BEER LOVER’S DAY – September 7

On September 7th, National Beer Lover’s Day celebrates the grains, hops and brewing methods across many eras. Beer and the process of brewing beer may predate known history. As varied as the methods, grains, and flavors, beer continues to change and evolve. Virginia colonists brewed beer. William Penn included a place for brewing beer within …
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NATIONAL WHISKEY SOUR DAY

Each year on August 25th, people across the United States observe National Whiskey Sour Day. Traditionally garnished with half an orange and a maraschino cherry, a whiskey sour is a mixed drink containing whiskey (often bourbon), lemon juice and sugar. Whiskey sours are shaken then either served straight or over ice. “Too much of anything …
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International Beer Day – First Friday in August

The first Friday in August brings a toast to ales, lagers, and pilsners that put the international in International Beer Day. This year that day falls as August 6, 2021. Perhaps there’s a porter or a Belgian in your glass. Whether yours is fermented or not, dark or pale, hoppy, bitter, smooth, raise your mug. Lift …
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IRISH-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH – March

Irish-American Heritage Month during March in the United States, Americans recognize the numerous contributions of Irish-Americans to the U.S. throughout the years. From the founding fathers to innovative transportation, arts and culture, Irish immigrants for generations left deep roots in the American landscape. Criss-crossing the country, Irish-American Heritage holds rich traditions and an unmistakable can-do …
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Celtic Woman

The Irish singing sensation that tours the US every year to sold out venues. While the faces change the music is still as inspirational and beautiful. Owning your favorites is a great way to keep original versions or that something special that was brought in. Vocalists Chloë Agnew, Órla Fallon, Lisa Kelly and Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt, Tara …
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ST. PATRICK’S DAY – March 17th

St. Patrick’s Day kicks off a worldwide celebration also known as the Feast of St. Patrick. On March 17th, many will wear green in honor of the Irish and decorate with shamrocks. According to lore, the wearing of the green tradition dates back to a story written about St. Patrick in 1726. St. Patrick (c. AD 385–461) used …
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NATIONAL CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE DAY

On March 17th National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day coincides with St. Patrick’s Day in the United States. To “corn” something is simply to preserve it in a salty brine (the term corn refers to the coarse grains of salt used for curing). Corned beef is a salt-cured beef product. In the traditional Irish Corned Beef and Cabbage recipes, salt pork …
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NATIONAL IRISH COFFEE DAY

National Irish Coffee Day kicks off January 25th each year with a mug of strong coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, and topped with a layer of cream.  On a cold, wet day in 1942 weary travelers to the small Shannon Airport in southwest Ireland found their way to a restaurant and chef Joe Sheridan. To warm …
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