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You don’t have to get fluthered to have a good time at the upcoming virtual St. Patrick’s party at the BigPanda Bamboo Lounge.

This event happens on Wednesday, March 17th

3:00pm PST / 6:00pm EST

We will supply four special beers from the Barebottle Brewing Company:

  • Irish Pale Ale - one of the brewers is an Irish citizen and plans on making a small batch particularly for our festivities
  • Socola Stout - since the Stout style originated in Dublin, this one is a must and it has an amazingly chocolatey twist you will love
  • Extremely Scrumptious Biscuits - the Original "Pub Beer" this is an English ESB-style beer, malty bready, very delicious, developed just across the Irish Sea in the town of Burton-on-Trent
  • Any Beans Necessary - this cream ale is steeped on coffee beans, and we are going to make it even more tasty by mixing it with another delicious drink. It’ll be grand!

Please register by March 5th to get your tasting kit. We need ten days to get kits mailed out to everyone. Oh, and if your name is “Patrick,” you will get extra swag!

Note: Registration is limited to 40 people. Registration ends on March 5 to allow shipping time for beer kits. If you don’t want to receive alcohol, let us know when you receive your confirmation. Guests are welcome to bring a +1 to the event but they must be 21+ since we may get fairly ossified.

About the Barebottle Brewing Company:

This small batch brewery was co-founded by Lester Koga, Michael Seitz and Ben Sterling, three friends and former classmates at Cornell Business School in Ithaca, NY.

After moving from Ithaca to the Bay Area in 2007, the three began homebrewing, became certified beer judges, and began winning medals at homebrewing competitions. Barebottle brews innovative beers inspired by the San Francisco Bay Area using local ingredients wherever possible, and partners with local homebrewing groups to develop new beers using a competitive method.