Thursday, March 10, 2011

No green shades for a Gravity Head St. Patrick's Day at the Pizzeria & Public House.

In recent years, we've managed to work St. Patrick's Day into the Gravity Head schedule, and 2011 is no exception. On Thursday, March 17, the Pizzeria & Public House will again offer “St. Patrick’s Gravity Day.”

First, a necessary disclaimer.

Lest there be any misunderstandings, which is a quaint way of strongly implying there has been at least one in the past 24 hours, wearing of the green is a good thing, but ingesting green-tinted swill is tantamount to wearing a badge that reads, “I’m neither Irish nor particularly bright – scoff at me.”

The internationally recognized colors of Irish beer are gold, red and black, and on the 17th, in our traditionally understated, minimalist fashion, we’ll be tapping one Gravity-listed keg of beer for each color: BBC Sam and Adam's Bustin' Lager, Upland Ard-Ri, and Stone Imperial Stout. Other, more inauthentic forms of Hibernian revelry will be shunned.

While I have your attention: Don’t forget the third annual Celts on the River concert at the New Albany Riverfront on Saturday, June 18.

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