St. Patty's Day


This is how I celebrated the Irish holiday, with a green-tinted American beer. No cookies for me - nossirree!

9 comments:

B Squared said...

There really should be some sort of holiday following St. Pat's. St. Recovery, St. Abstain. Something...

Olivier said...

pas de cookies !!!!! j'aime pas la biere, mais les cookies oui...
Drole de couleur pour une biere ;o)

Hilda said...

Beer. And I thought it was some kind of exotic drink! Pass me the cookies.

We don't celebrate it here, but Happy St. Patrick's Day anyway! ;)

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Jacob said...

Just one? Does it taste any different than non-tinted beer?

Halcyon said...

Well, I did have more than one, but that's all I'll say!

I think the beer actually tasted more water-y than your regular Miller Lite. The green does not affect the taste much.

Birdman said...

How about this holiday after St. Patty's and green beer Day... Pee Green Beer Day! hahahaha! Eirinn Go Brach!

brian said...

wonderful photo here! i love it! the guinness sign in the background looks tempting too !! =)

K said...

Nice shot! I like the perspective of seeing the bar through each of the glasses.

cat said...

be entertained