No green beer here. These drinks will have everyone in the holiday spirit, whether you're a whiskey fan, a wine lover, or a Guinness devotee.
Taking the day off? Start your St. Patrick's Day celebration off with a traditional Irish coffee, made with brown sugar, coffee, Irish whiskey, and whipped cream.
Not quite Irish, but certainly a festive color! We can't imagine a more refreshing way to toast the festivities.
Whiskey, Sprite and grenadine make this drink easy to go down, but beware: It packs a serious punch.
This crisp whistle-whetter is a refreshing alternative to your usual go-to red.
We're a fan of anything that can be made in a slow cooker. And when you include Baileys and chocolate, well, that's even better.
This simple drink (seriously, it's two ingredients) combines Jack Daniels with Baileys Irish Cream.
When Irish whiskey, Kahlua, and espresso come together, that's already exciting. Add vanilla ice cream, and it's a real party now.
This sophisticated elixir combines whiskey, vermouth, and lime juice for a strong drink that goes down smooth.
It's your warm-weather alternative to a Hot Toddy.
Sure, Guinness is good on its own. But have you tried it with bourbon and blackberries?
This creative take on the Moscow Mule swaps out vodka for Irish whiskey.
More green drinks! And this time with the trendiest green drink right now: matcha.
Another match pick — this time with white wine and ginger ale. This one will carry your straight through to Spring brunch season.
Bold Irish whiskey and smooth pomegranate liqueur complement each other perfectly in this colorful creation.
If you'd rather stay in on St. Patrick's Day, try curling up with one of these cozy drinks, made with butter, Irish whiskey, tea, and honey.