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6 ways to Celebrate St. Patricks Day in Oregon City

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6 ways to Celebrate St. Patricks Day in Oregon City

Wondering how to celebrate St. Patricks Day in Oregon City? You’ve come to the right place! 

Hmmm, what’s so exciting about this week? Just a little celebration on Thursday… You know it, Oregon City…we’ve got a fun St. Patrick’s Day in store for our community!! Join Corner 14 fireside and bring your “good time gang” down for a day of festivities. Keep reading for more details and options below…

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#1 – Visit Highland Stillhouse for Celtic Fest

201 S 2nd St, Oregon City OR 97045

Schedule
March 17th-20th 20220  — Celtic Fest whiskey tasting. Several whiskeys paired with appetizers. Guinness on tap, corned beef & cabbage, Guinness beef stew, whisky specials, live music throughout, and more
March 17th—Live Music performing periodically throughout the evening.

High five them for: having the largest selection of whiskey around.

102 9th St, Oregon City, OR 97045

#2 – Visit McMenamins

Thursday March 17th— See their St. Patricks Day details here!
With seasonal McMenamins Irish Stout, Irish Coffee, Irish Reuben & MacSleyne Irish Stew, they’ll have food specials and Irish fries too.

High five them for: hosting an all ages event. Kids welcome.

1401 Washington St., Oregon City, OR 97045

#3 – Visit Corner 14

Thursday March 17th
5pm – 10pm— live music from Clackamas Fire Pipes and drums with food carts galore!

Drinks to help you indulge in the Irish Love: Irish Mule, Kiss me I’m Old Fashioned, Guinness and of course, Green beer!
Food options fitting for the day: Corned beef and sauerkraut peroshki at From Russia with Love or Pastrami Melt at Walter French
Celtic Axe will be on site for those that want to throw some axes. Reservations encouraged at celticaxethrowers.com

High five them for: Relentlessly promoting Oregon City and making that corner one of the funest places in town!  Bonus points for the outdoor fire pit and mini personal flame centerpieces to warm up each table!

#4 – Bar hop on Hilltop for Beer Specials

The Hive Taphouse & Coin Toss Brewing

The Hive Taphouse 13851 Beavercreek Rd. C104 Oregon City OR 97045 — The HiVe Taphouse is the steampunk home of Shattered Oak Brewing offering up beer, ciders & more. Enjoy their in-house food cart, The Perky Pantry, offering a farm to plate, local, seasonal & rotating menu.

Coin Toss Brewing 14214 Fir St., Suite H, Oregon City, OR 97045 — 3-8pm

#5 – Taste your way around Ireland

The Verdict Bar & Grill has Irish food and drink specials! —> 110 8th St., Oregon City OR 97045

OR here is a list of other Irish beers you can hunt down:

Murphy’s Irish Stout – Lighter and sweet in flavor compared to other stouts.

O’Hara’s Irish Wheat – Using fruits such as bananas, peaches and plums, this golden wheat ale is smooth and thirst-quenching – clearly not the common Irish stout. A good option for those who prefer a lighter beer.

Smithwick’s Irish Ale – You’ll find sweet aromatic fruits and deep malt, coffee and roasted barley notes in this beauty.

Porterhouse Brewing Co. Oyster Stout – This is a Dublin favorite – dark and aromatic beer with interesting blends of flavorful grains, hops and yes, fresh oysters.

 O’Hara’s Celtic Stout – Full-bodied, smooth and dry with hints of smooth coffee and tasty notes of licorice.

Beamish Irish Stout – This is a traditional stout from Ireland.

Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale – Enjoying the distinct smooth and creamy finish gives it its own unique and delicious experience.

Harp Lager – Light and refreshing, this highly-favored European-style lager is unlike the rest boasting a smooth and sharp finish.

Murphy’s Irish Red – With flavorful notes of fruit and caramel, this red beer dates back to 1856. It is crisp and dry.

Guinness Draught, Extra Stout, and Foreign Extra Stout – Did you know there are THREE VARIETIES? This beer needs no introduction.

Wanna do GREEN BEER AT HOME? Click here to learn more.

#6 – Cook from home and order beer delivered!

If you would rather stay home and cook because it’s what you love to do most, consider something off this list for your menu – links to the actual recipes are fully functional If you’re staying home, did you know that you can order a day ahead of time for beer delivery from Coin Toss Brewing and they will have it at your door?!

Irish Spiced Beef – start this A WEEK ahead since you have to do a spice rub that far in advance.

Colcannon Potatoes – Every Irish family has its own calcannon recipe, since it’s a classic dish.

Irish Soda Bread

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Hearty Beef & Sweet Potato Stew

Steamed Cranberry Molasses Pudding

Asparagus Swiss Quiche

Saucy Beef and Cabbage

Irish Flag Salad

Rutabaga Pie

Apple Walnut Slaw

Lamb Stew

Chocolate Guinness Cake

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