St. Patrick’s Day, the day of stouts, or green beer, or…..

Priest blesses Danny Boy IU on opening

There are SO may choices on St. Patrick’s day weekend!  Yes, this year there is green glitter beer.  Nuf said.

Today on St. Patrick’s Eve I will head over to my local Danny Boy (Danny Boy IU) for a pint of one of their several great stouts. I recently had their dry Irish stout and I have enjoyed “Church” their milk stout. DB IU has a total schedule for St. Patrick’s Day with a $10 buffet!

I know Function should have the Theorem Milk Stout, Upland Bloomington has a delightful Irish Stout.  And  The Tap Beer always delights with Kill  The Lights RIS

Moontown Brewing, Whiteland is celebrating their Grand Opening and we covered that HERE – Click To Read

Daredevil has their St Patrick’s Day on Main with Indianapolis Public Safety Pipes & Drums for a special performance at the taproom on Friday night.

Tin Man Evansville, 1430 W Franklin, have a selfie treasure hunt on March 17, 2-5 pm!  Their Rivet Irish Red Ale is listed on Vinepair as one of the 7 top beers to have on St. Patrick’s Day!  Day to go Nick, Sarah, and gang!

Planetary once again hosts the FIVE year voyage and 2nd annual St. Patrick’s Day event in the street with Oaken Barrel Brewing, Revery, and Johnson BBQ at 188 S. Madison Av. Greenwood Sat. March 17, 7-11pm.

Centerpoint Brewing,  1125 E Brookside Ave., Indianapolis, has, wait, Scottish punk rock ? Fistful of Haggis with bagpipes and more at 8 pm on March 17.

Black Circle Brewing, 2201 E 46th, Indy,  has St. Pat’s Eve with Papa Warfleigh’s Funk at 7 pm, March 16, Saturday they have LFTK at 7 pm

Four Day Ray, 11671 Lantern Road, Fishers, has Firkin St. Patrick’s Day tent party with Keg’s and Eggs, Tix required check Facebook.

I just can’t leave St. Patrick’s day without a mention to the original:

Indianapolis’ oldest Irish pub is actually a tiny spot at 2533 E. Washington Street, called the Golden Ace. Their St. Pat’s celebration is huge with tents, visits by the local priests, and plenty of family plus lots of music from Ireland. You’ll likely find Guinness on tap and not local craft beer. The music starts at noon and goes all day into the night. Details here

Of course, every Irish named bar from The Brockway Pub on North Meridian in Carmel, to chains like Claddagh & Kilroy’s,  to Mo’s in Noblesville, and even the German themed Rathskeller and the American themed Slippery Noodle downtown will help everyone squeeze out any bit of Irish heritage or just get a good pint!