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LONDON - MARCH 16: A man poses with Irish beer during St Patrick's Day celebrations March 16, 2003 in London. London celebrated Ireland's national day with a parade from Hyde Park Corner to Victoria Embankment and a festival along the Southbank. St Patrick's Day is officially March 17. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

According to Today, St Patrick’s Day began as a religious holiday to honor St. Patrick. “St. Patrick was born in Britain at the end of the 4th century. After enduring various trials, his mission became teaching people of Ireland about Christianity until his death on March 17, 461.” Over time it has become a day for celebrating all these related to Irish culture. And let’s be real, it’s also a day where people drink a lot of Irish alcohol.

If you want to try to make some of those beverages at home, here are some recipes:

Irish Mule

The Irish mule is a play on the trendy Moscow Mule beverage that is usually made with vodka. The ingredients include Irish whiskey, ginger beer, lime, and an optional copper mug.

How to Make an Irish Mule | St. Patrick's Day Drink | Made to Order | Chef Zee Cooks

St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner and I wanted to share with you guys a quick and easy drink! Irish Mules are fun and tasty and perfect for this w...

St. Patrick’s Day Jungle Juice

Jungle Juice is a go-to at parties where people want to turn it up a notch, and this recipe of Jungle Juice is no exception. This particular recipe doesn’t include Irish liquor, but it is green and tasty. It also had a lot of fruit, which makes it healthy, right?

St Patrick's Day Jungle Juice - Tipsy Bartender

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Emerald Isle

This drink is excellent for pairing with an Irish meal. Or, you can simply have it as a meal. It includes Jameson, Guinness reduction, simple syrup, and lemon.

St. Patrick's Day drink: How to make an Emerald Isle

Cork on Saginaw bartender Drew Thornton walks us through creating a festive cocktail for St. Patrick's Day. It's called the Emerald Isle, and contains a base...

Irish Coffee

Irish coffee is one of the more popular drinks with Irish whiskey, mainly because it tastes great, and it’s easy to make. Also, Irish coffee has very few ingredients; you will only need Jameson (or any Irish whiskey), coffee, and cream. The recipe below is fancy. If you don’t wanna be fancy, just mix the three ingredients together and chug.

How To Make The Perfect Jameson Irish Coffee

At Jameson, we don't like to pat ourselves on the back, but we like to think we know a thing or two about making whiskey, after all, we've been doing it sinc...

Irish Car Bomb

If you’ve ever partied at a bar on St Patrick’s Day, you know that the Irish Car Bomb is very popular. It’s a shot of Bailey’s Irish Cream, mixed with Irish whiskey, and its dropped into a pint of Guinness. It’s a way to get a taste of three Irish liquors at once. But always remember: drink it fast, or it will curdle.

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Grasshopper

Grasshoppers are very underrated these days, but they’re green, fun, and taste good. This recipe calls for green Creme De Menthe, Cream De Cacao, cream, and a sweet tooth. Cheers!

St. Patrick's Day Grasshopper Cocktail

A St. Patrick's Day grasshopper cocktail with special touches. Get more details here: http://www.creativeramblingsblog.com/grasshopper-cocktail/ If you like ...