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Top 10 Irish Whiskeys

Want to start an argument in an Irish pub on St. Patrick’s Day, or any day for that matter? Ask two or more patrons to name their favorite whiskey from the old country. Irish whiskey enjoys a following as passionate as any distilled spirit. It differs from other whiskeys in one crucial respect: it is almost always triple distilled, a process that increases purity and smoothness. Here are the other rules for what makes Irish whiskey distinct: - It must be distilled and aged in the Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland. - Alcohol by volume can’t exceed 94.8 percent, produced from a yeast-fermented mash of cereal grains. - It must be aged in wooden casks for at least three years. - If the spirits comprise a blend of two or more such distillates, the product is referred to as a “blended” Irish whiskey.

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11 Dumbest Things About St. Patrick's Day

No offense to the culture or people of Ireland, both of which are lovely, but the holiday we know as St. Patrick's day is dumb. From green beer to out-of-control parties to every politician under the sun marching in parade after parade after parade, the whole thing has become pretty dumb. Here are a few reasons why.

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5 Irish Pubs To Spend St. Patrick's Day Without Leaving The U.S.

If a trip to Ireland isn't in the cards for this St. Patrick's Day, there are plenty of places in the United States that can pull the perfect pint of Guinness and will fool you into thinking you're in the Emerald Isle. Scroll down to see some of the best Irish pubs in the U.S. Erin go bragh!

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Top 10 St Patrick's Day Events

ST PATRICK'S Day madness is set to take over most bars across the UK this weekend as punters flock to down pints of the black stuff in silly hats. But if you're after something a little bit more Irish than a clover in the head of your pint, there's loads going on all over the country especially to celebrate the day. Like a comedy show in London where stand-ups do the first half of their routine sober and the second half sloshed. Or a Dublin pub crawl where two musicians join you and play you around the city. With the help of, we've come up with a Top 10 list of ideas to get your weekend off to a flier. Expedia's Seamus MacCormaic said: "St. Patrick's Day is a huge celebration, not just in Ireland but across the world, with many Brits and expats celebrating in the UK. "For those looking for something a bit different to the traditional pint of Guinness, there are quirky events taking place up and down the country – from the largest British St. Patrick's Day parade in Manchester to the annual 'Paddle for Paddy's' on the Thames."

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Top 10 Most Popular Beers For St. Patrick's Day

While St. Patrick's Day may have Irish origins, most of those dressed in green this Saturday will likely be choosing brews made in America. Guinness, which is almost as synonymous with St. Patrick's Day as four-leaf clovers, is actually only the sixth most preferred brand to drink ahead of St. Patrick's Day, according to the YouGov BrandIndex's Buzz score. The "black stuff," as the Irish sometimes call it, is ranked behind domestic brands like Budweiser and Samuel Adams, as well as Dutch import, Heineken, according to the index. But Guinness is considerably more popular in the cities that do St. Patrick's Day best, such as New York, Boston and Chicago, the index finds. In each of those cities that rank among the top 10 St. Patrick's Day destinations due to their high Irish-American populations, Guinness ranks second only to Boston-based brewer, Samuel Adams.

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Top 10 Irish Recipes and Food Terms

Believe it or not, Corned Beef and Cabbage is not a traditional Irish recipe. Here are some of the food terms and famous dishes of Ireland.

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Top 10 Irish Myths and Legends

Ireland’s long history is riddled with ancient mythology and folklore. Ireland’s ancient societies, the Druids and the Celtics, believed in the power of magic and many of these beliefs spread to modern day legends told again and again across the country. Stories of warriors with all the knowledge of the world, fairies playing pranks on farm owners and leprechauns hiding their gold at the end of a rainbow add to the mysterious appeal of Ireland.

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Top Ten Sights of Ireland - Picking the Best of the Best

Planning a trip to Ireland can be a daunting task - what should I not miss? Everyone has their own favorite sights and places. Yet there are a number of locations every visitor to Ireland should see. Taking them all in will also showcase the variety to be found on the comparatively small island. They are definitely part of the best of Ireland.

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Top 10 Irish Contributions To The World

Ask most folks to name an Irish invention and they’ll gleefully rattle off a list of comical Celtic creations like powdered water, the solar-powered flashlight and the pedal-powered wheel chair. Although it’s easy to poke fun at the Irish, the sons of Erin have used their ingenuity over the years to create a number of devices that enriched our lives immeasurably. Pour the perfect pint of plain and grab a bag of crisps as we take a glimpse at the Emerald Isle’s top 10 contributions to the world.

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8 Insulting Ways People Act Irish on St. Patrick's Day

On March 17, millions of people take the piss out of Ireland by taking the piss and every other bodily fluid out of themselves, as publicly as possible. The Irish don't celebrate Independence Day by guzzling hamburgers until we throw up over crates of machine guns, and even if we did it would be more respectful. Because at least we imported those things from the U.S. For a country so worked up about immigrants a lot of Americans are absolutely desperate to claim any other nationality. Every St. Patrick's Day drunken North Americans stagger up to tell me their great-grandmother was Irish, and I say great, if she turns up I'll buy her a pint.

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