Going out to the bars for beer dyed with green food colouring will likely not be happening this year, but there are still tasty, on-point ways to celebrate St. Paddy’s day at home — and without dyeing your lips green as a bonus! Here are five different drinks you can have or make at home using products we carry in store to cultivate a bit of that Irish luck.
No amount of green food colouring could change the deep dark colour of Guinness Draught, and we like it that way. Developed in 1959, this beer was the celebration of Arthur Guinness signing his 9,000-year lease on the brewery – a fitting way to mark 200 years of brewing. With a skillful pairing of nitrogen gas and carbon dioxide, the smooth, velvety texture was born. Drinkers were instantly drawn to its complexity and bold combination of flavours. It’s rich, creamy, a perfect combination of bitter and sweet that draws you in with every sip. And don’t forget to follow the