Division Ale House Kegs & Eggs
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St. Patrick’s Day Parties on March 15 and March 17
The Division Ale House opens three hours early on Saturday, March 15 (8 a.m.) and five hours early on Monday, March 17 (11 a.m.) and features $6 Harp Lager and Guinness Stout drafts both days. On March 15, the Ale House offers a $25 Kegs & Eggs brunch meal package from 9 a.m.-noon. The meal package includes choice of brunch entrée with six green beers, mimosas or bloody marys (limited to two drinks per customer per hour). The brunch menu includes options such as waffle fried chicken, breakfast skillets, build-your-own omelets and corned beef hash.
Green St. Patrick’s Day RumChata (poorgirlsguidechicago.com)
Well folks, I don’t think this recipe can get an easier! As part of our DIY Holiday + Party Kit series, we’re giving you some of our favorite (easy and cheap) ideas for St. Patrick’s Day. This is a super quick way to add a little St. Paddy to your party.
- 1/2 bottle of green food coloring
- 1 750 ml bottle of RumChata
- Pour half a bottle of green good coloring in to the RumChata bottle
- Close the lid tight and give it a shake (use more or less for the color green you desire)
- Chill, serve and enjoy!
This article is part of The D.I.Y. Holiday + Party Kit Series:
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