Upland's Blackberry and
Cherry Lambics available for online reservation
beginning at noon; visit uplandbeer.com and follow the link on the
Flat 12 Brewery, St. Patty's Day Irish Amber at the Elbow Room
Parade party. 605 N. Pennsylvania St., starting 8 a.m. For more, call 635-3354.
Tomlinson Tap Room, 222 E Market
St.; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Celtic fiddler Emily Ann Thompson & the Celtic
Motion dancers; 5 – 6 p.m. Acoustic singer/songwriter Chris Haskett; at 6 p.m., Jim Reilly
will tickle the ivories in an old-fashioned Irish sing-along. Beer selection TBA.
p.m. Tapping Shenanigan's Irish Coffee which blends Ram's Irish Red Seasonal
with a pleasant dose of Hubbard and Craven's locally produced coffee beans. (In
house only – no growlers). Also on tap and for growlers
Ole St. Mick's Irish Red, rich with malty overtones.
Brewing, Crown Point; specials on tap: Fade 2 Black 2X Black IPA and Green
Beer; corned beef & cabbage pizza and "Band of Brothers, a HUGE Pipes and
Drums band" in the upstairs party room; other specials on tap: Celtic Pride
Oatmeal Stout and Coffee Stout.
Moon, Kokomo. Dry Irish Stout features a smooth and creamy head.
Sellar. Tapping a firkin of Bells Double Cream Stout.
Live Music starting at 10 p.m. from Tobias.
A long-awaited collaborative
C2 beer dinner, headed by New Albanian, Schlafly and O'Fallon; at Eiderdown, 983 Goss Ave., Louisville, KY 40217.
Register at: http://www.eiderdowngermantown.com/.
only is Sun King's expanded brewing operation and tasting room getting wide
notice, their "Wee Mac Scottish Ale" was named one of "5 Canned Beers That
Just Might Change The Way You Think About Craft Beer." More at: http://aleheads.com/2011/02/21/5-canned-beers-that-just-might-change-the-way-you-think-about-canned-beer/