St. Paddy’s Day Celebrations Sure to Make You Lucky!

In Events & Entertainment, Food + Drink

Pots of gold, loads of green, corned beef and cabbage, and all the chartreuse-tinted brews you can consume—yep, it’s about time for St. Patrick’s Day festivities! While we can’t guarantee you’ll discover where the gold is at, we can promise that Alpharetta has a wealth of epic St. Paddy’s celebrations certain to make you feel lucky!

Here’s the inside scoop to all the Erin go Bragh vibes in Alpharetta this year:

An Irish Evening with Kerrygold

March 13, 2020
6:30 pm – 7:30 p.m.
Publix Aprons Cooking School
4305 State Bridge Rd.
Everything’s better with butter! Classic Irish fare goes next level with creamy, dreamy Kerrygold Butter (and just the right amount of Guinness). The deliciously lucky menu features Prosciutto-wrapped Grilled Pear and Cashel Bleu Cheese, Kerrygold Stout Cheddar Biscuits, Colcannon and Dubliner Cheddar Fritter with Spicy Aioli, Guinness Braised Short Rib with Kerrygold-Buttered Potatoes and Caramelized Brussel Sprouts, finished off with an Irish-centric Kerrygold Irish Cream Liqueur Cookies and Cream Shooters. Consider this exactly the base you’ll need for all the upcoming St. Paddy’s Day revelry on the horizon.

Currahee Brewing Company

March 14 & March 17, 2020
Saturday: Noon – 10 p.m.
Tuesday: 4 p.m. – 9 p.m.
25 S. Main Street
Downtown beer heroes Currahee Brewing Company is giving the leprechauns what they really want on Saturday, March 14th, and again on St. Paddy’s Day proper with green beer all day long and a special edition Irish Red Ale. In 2017, Currahee took Bronze in the Great American Beer Festival, then won Silver in the 2018 Big South Beer Competition—but for St. Patrick’s Day, they’re sure to deliver pure gold via their expertly crafted, deeply local brews.