Long Island Craft Brewery St. Patrick’s Day 2021 Events

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Long Island Craft Brewery St. Patrick’s Day 2021 Events


St. Paddy’s Day festivities at Great South Bay begin on Saturday, March 13. Enjoy the brewery’s large-sized green blonde ambitions brew for the price of a pint or try its Irish car bomb brew, a recently-released nitro milk stout, 14 percent ABV brewed with whole Sumatran coffee beans, Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans and lactose. The brewery is also offering $5 pints of green blonde ambition and apricot blonde ale throughout the month of March, along with live music every Friday through Sunday. 25 Drexel Dr., Bay Shore, greatsouthbaybrewery.com March 13-21.


This brewery and restaurant features a menu of Irish cuisine starting on Friday, March 12. Plus, don’t miss the Celtic rock band, Bangers and Mash, performing on March 21. 67 W Main St., Patchogue, brickhousebrewery.com March 12, 21.


St. Patrick’s Day is one of Long Ireland’s biggest celebrations so there will be a multitude of activities for customers to enjoy. On March 13 and on Wednesday, March 17, there will be live music and a special menu from the tap room food truck. At the end of the month, the establishment also holds its third annual Saint Baldrick’s Day event to raise money for children’s cancer research. 817 Pulaski St., Riverhead, longirelandbeer.com Free. Noon-9 p.m. March 13. 


Located on the south shore of the Island, HopWin’s is sure to have specials on the feast of Saint Patrick’s. Celebrate with $5 beers and $10 flights. HopWin’s also plans to release two new beers, the red leprechaun Irish red ale and o’HopWin’s Irish stout the weekend before St. Patrick’s Day. 1460 N Clinton Ave. Unit L, Bay Shore, March 13-14, 17.


Barnshed Brewery will be open on St. Paddy’s Day, but join them for their official celebration on Sunday, where they will have cornbeef and cabbage, as well as beer specials and the release of their Irish red ale, firemade red, that week. 100 Lauman Ln., Hicksville, barnshedbrewing.com 1-8 p.m. March 14.


How much do you know about folklore, myths, and legends? Test your knowledge at North Fork’s trivia night where you will be quizzed on mythology, urban legends, tall tales and fables, historical stories, and of course some St. Paddy’s Day folklore. The winning team leaves with a gift card to Barrow Food House. $1 off pints all night. 24 E 2nd St Suite A, Riverhead, northforkbrewingco.com $10-$30. 5:30 p.m. March 16.


In honor of St. Patrick’s, Shelter Island will be serving up a traditional corned beef and cabbage platter with boiled carrots and potatoes for under $10.00. Don’t forget the specialty beer! Blankets will be provided for outside diners. 55 North Ferry Rd., Shelter Island, shelterislandcraftbrewery.com Noon March 17.


Chocolate and beer are quite the pairing. Enjoy four flights of beers and four chocolate pairings from Chocology Unlimited at Saint James. There will be 12 beers on tap and even St. Paddy’s-themed shirts for sale. 430-13 North Country Rd., Saint James, saintjamesbrewery.com  12 p.m.-10 p.m. March 17.


Try Motion Craft’s take on green beer, an emerald pale ale with gold glitter, as well as a New England India pale ale brewed with Lucky Charms. This beer will have accents of graham, marshmallow, and lactose. 1036B Park Blvd., Massapequa Park, 1 p.m.-7 p.m. March 17.


Eastern Front will be brewing two special beers in honor of St. Paddy’s. Their flagship beer is North Shore Irish red ale, and they’ll also have a small batch of an imperial red ale, as well as an imperial version of their “Sexy MF” stout. Plus, North Fork Seafood will serve up some traditional Irish dishes at the taproom to pair with the beers.13100 Main Rd., Mattituck, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. March 17.


Known for its crafty IPAs, Destination Unknown has a special stout in store for the week of March 17: its classic red eye stout will be released on nitro. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. 1 S Chicago Ave., Bay Shore, destinationunknownbeercompany.com March 17-20.


Partake in five days of St. Patrick’s Day specials at 27A, where there will be special beers for the occasion. Paddy swerve is the brewery’s hazy double IPA, with coconut and green with glitter. They will also offer a stout infused with Lucky Charms and launch a 10 percent Irish coffee hard seltzer conditioned on coffee beans. In house pours range from $7-$8, 32oz cans to go range from $13-$14. 173 N Wellwood Ave., Lindenhurst, 27abrewing.com March 17-21.


Stop at Lithology for deals on deals. This includes $5 cans, $12-$14 crowlers to go, $10 4 packs to go, and $20 green T-shirts while supplies last. 211A Main St., Farmingdale lithologybrewing.com March 17-21. 


Bellport will be hosting its first party this year and an inaugural St. Patrick’s Day celebration all in one. There will be special beer and food to enjoy. Come early, dress warm, and get ready to put some beers down. Limited space is available for both locations. 14 Station Rd., Bellport bellportbrewing.com 11 a.m. March 20.


Bring a friend to South Shore Craft’s shamrock-themed bash. Chow down on complimentary corned beef and green beer while you enjoy live music by the Tri State Alehouse band. 3505 Hampton Rd., Oceanside, southshorecraftbrewery.com March 20.

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