The best places to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Birmingham!

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One of the biggest dates in the Birmingham calendar is back – here are the best ways to celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2019 in the city.

Jameson Hub x Digbeth Dining Club

Spend your afternoon with a Jameson Whiskey in hand, as you choose from some of the best street food traders in the region, from slow-cooked meats at Low n’ Slow to Only Jerkin’ friend chicken. Birmingham’s favourite street food event has teamed up with the world’s number 1 selling Irish whiskey to bring you a fun-filled day out with friends and family – keep your eyes peeled for retro gaming, live music and even a pop-up barbers. Click here to find out more. 

The Old Crown

As always, The Old Crown will be leading the celebrations with a week-long event line-up comprised of seven exciting events. From a Fleetwood Mac tribute night on Friday 15 March to a huge Parade Day Party on Sunday 17 March, but you’ll have to get down early to secure a place for the busiest week of The Old Crown’s annual calendar. Click here to find out more. 

Brewdog

Get a taste for some of the best beers Ireland has to offer and head down to Brewdog on John Bright Street for the ‘tap takeover’, where you can enjoy the likes of The White Hag Irish Brewing Co, Farmageddon Brewing, Boundary Brewing and plenty more. Click here to find out more. 

Nocturnal Animals

Fancy a cocktail or two? Head to Nocturnal Animals on Bennett’s Hill and take advantage of the Paddy’s Day cocktail takeover, where you can choose from five tantalising cocktails exclusive to this weekend! If you haven’t already been, this is one of the coolest bars in the city centre, and definitely worth a visit if you’re out and about. Click here to find out more.

The Kerryman 

Located in the heart of Digbeth, The Kerryman invites you to raise a pint of Guinness and get your feet moving with a traditional Irish Caelih from noon ‘till night. Open until the early hours of the morning, this won’t be the quiet Sunday you’re used to, but it will be a party you won’t forget. Click here to find out more. 

Bullring & Grand Central Birmingham

Making your day of shopping that little bit brighter, on Saturday 16 March if you’re heading to Bullring & Grand Central Birmingham, keep your eyes peeled for a variety of music and dance displays throughout the afternoon from folk ensembles to Irish dancing. Click here to find out more. 

The Blues Brothers at The Electric Cinema

Another one for the whiskey lovers, buy a ticket to this weekend’s screening of The Blues Brothers at the UK’s oldest working cinema and receive a FREE Jameson Whiskey cocktail! Click here to find out more. 

Featured image: The Old Crown

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