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    I have to say that green beer is just stupid. If my beer is green, I throw it out and get a good beer instead.

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    Yeah the whole green beer is kinda silly I think... I stick with half and half's (harp and guiness) smithwick's, and jameson... Call me old fassion...

    St. Paddy's day is also our anniversary, which happened by accident. It was the weekend in march that worked for us. Also is my best man's brithday. It was a GREAT wedding and reception to say the least.

    Here's to another great St. Paddy's and another great year of marriage. This is our 8th!

    CHEERS!

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    I will be enjoying myself a bottle of Lagavulin!!!

    It's not exactly Irish, but it's close enough for me. I am also having the in-laws over for corned beef and cabbage.


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    I am gonna celebrate St. Patrick's day by getting drunk on Jameson's and reading William Butler Yeats until I pass out! :D
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    I'm jealous of all you people who get to drink and have fun!! I have to close at work =/ stupid job

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    Green beer actually refers to beer that has yet to mature properly in the conditioning phase. After the fermentation phase, there is a conditioning phase that helps mellow out most decent beers. The term "green" is synonymous with immaturity.

    That is true green beer.

    Besides, if some dope put green food coloring in my beer I laugh at him and tell him to re-pour it. The idea is just lame.
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