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• ‘Irish Car Bomb’ cocktail banner banned at UK site of two bombings. Duh.

‘Irish Car Bomb’ cocktail banner banned at UK site of two bombings. Duh.

A banner advertising “Irish Car Bomb” cocktails at a pub near the sites of two 1970s bombings in Bristol has been censored. The Brass Pig pub put up the banner to promote its St Patrick’s Day celebrations. Local author and journalist Maurice Fells, who covered both attacks as a journalist, said it was “unbelievable” considering […]

• 5 Ways to Use Leftover Beer. Who Has Leftover Beer?

5 Ways to Use Leftover Beer. Who Has Leftover Beer?

St. Patrick’s Day has passed, and you have a ton of beer left over. There is no way you are going to drink it all, so what do you do with it? There are lots of great — and unexpected — ways to use up the leftovers. Here are five of them: Great for the […]

• “a woman walks into a bar…” at the Langham Hotel

“a woman walks into a bar…” at the Langham Hotel

Think green. It’s St. Paddy’s Day. Dare I wade into the shark’s pool of drunken leprechauns at my local bar? Put myself at the epicenter of crazy faux-Irish hoopla? Why not. You only live once, apparently, and if I don’t go today, I’ll have to wait another whole empty year without green beer. I waver, […]

• Beer Cupcakes. ‘Nuf said

Beer Cupcakes. ‘Nuf said

Cupcakes are good. Beer is good. Put the two together, and it’s a can’t-miss, right? Apparently, customers concurred, which is why beer cupcakes have been the top-seller at Cake Break in Rehoboth since they were first rolled out in January, said Phil Katz, owner of the shop at 7 S. First St. Katz, who is […]

• Update on Obama’s St. Patrick’s Day beer

Update on Obama’s St. Patrick’s Day beer

Will the White House serve its new home brew for its St. Patrick’s Day party, and, if so, tint it green? The back story: At the White House Super Bowl get-together, President Obama and his wife unveiled “White House Honey Ale,” apparently the first alcoholic beverage ever brewed in the Executive Mansion’s history. The blog […]