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Drink Only Irish Beers For St Patty’s!



Here’s our selection of all of the Irish Beers you should try on Saint Patty’s Day! Don’t worry, they don’t have to be all green :)

Start your day with a breakfast of champions. A “meal in a bottle”, also known as the Guinness! Rich, creamy and dark. Roasted malt flavor and hints of chocolate all satisfying flavors for a connoisseur. Ask your bartender for a “perfect pint,” an optimal pouring method which, according to the company, should take 119.53 seconds.



The lightest and sweetest between the three previous. Think chocolate milk topped with a double shot of espresso and finished with a one-inch thick head of caramel-infused creamy goodness. Save this Murphy’s for dessert!

Often compared to Guinness, Beamish is dark and chocolaty. Sweet flavors of caramel and hints of coffee balance out the bitter, hoppy finish. Beamish yeast dates back to 1792 to capture the traditional taste of stout from Ireland.


Smithwick’s, Ireland’s oldest brewery, is where it originated. The beer is older than some countries, with a heritage dating back to the fourteenth century, and until recently, Dubliner Pub in Washington. With a base flavor similar to Smithwick’s with less hops, the distinct smooth and white head. The amber brew has the rich aroma and flavor of toasted malt. It’s all at once sweet and creamy.

Harp, a crisp summery lager, which comes from a country better known for its stouts and leprechauns, has a bitter beginning that quickly that turns to clean and refreshing. This classic lager is smooth and solid.



This beer is so old, it dates back to the fourteenth century when monks would brew their own next door to the Smithwick’s brewery. The ruins of the original Franciscan abbey that once stood there can still be seen. Smithwick’s is Ireland’s oldest operating brewery, the major ale producer in Ireland and, along with Guinness, part of Diageo. This is a red ale characterized by caramel maltiness. It captures a unique flavor that combines its hops with sweet aromatic fruits and deep malt, coffee and roasted barley notes.


The History Behind Green Beer!


Today’s St Patrick’s Day!

St Patrick’s Day celebrations have been greatly influenced by those that developed among the Irish diaspora, especially in North America.

Parties involve public parades and festivals, céilithe (Irish traditional music sessions), and the wearing of green attire or shamrocks. There are also formal gatherings such as banquets and dances, although these were more common in the past. St Patrick’s Day parades began in North America in the 18th century but did not spread to Ireland until the 20th century. The participants include marching bands, the military, fire brigades, cultural organisations, charitable organisations, voluntary associationsyouth groupsfraternities, and so on. However, over time, many of the parades have become more akin to a carnival. More effort is made to use the Irish language; especially in Ireland, where the week of St Patrick’s Day is “Irish language week.” Recently, famous landmarks have been lit up in green on St Patrick’s Day.


Why All The Green?

On St Patrick’s Day, it is customary to wear shamrocks and green clothing or accessories. St Patrick is said to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish.

A green beer is poured from a tap during the Pub Crawl Saturday, March 14, 2015 at Lynch's Irish Tavern in downtown Port Huron,  Mich. (AP Photo/The Port Huron Times Herald, Jeffrey M. Smith)

A green beer at Lynch’s Irish Tavern. (AP Photo/The Port Huron Times Herald, Jeffrey M. Smith)

The colour green has been associated with Ireland since at least the 1640s when the green harp flag was used by the Irish Catholic Confederation. Green ribbons and shamrocks have been worn on St Patrick’s Day since at least the 1680s. The Friendly Brothers of St Patrick, an Irish fraternity founded in about 1750, adopted green as its colour.  During the 1790s, Green would become associated with

During the 1790s, Green would become associated with Irish nationalism, due to its use by the United Irishmen. This was a republican organisation—led mostly by Protestants but with many Catholic members—who launched a rebellion in 1798 against British rule. The phrase “wearing of the green” comes from a song of the same name, which laments United Irishmen supporters being persecuted for wearing green. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, the colour green and its association with St Patrick’s Day grew.


So there you have it, as long as you wear a green beer for St Patty’s you are all good to partake in the celebrations!!!



Luck of the Irish – A Sexy Blowjob for St. Patrick’s Day


Happy almost St. Patty’s day, everyone!  Luck of the Irish to you!  No, really, that’s the name of this week’s video update.  As a lover of Guinness, a good whisky and some good cheer, how could I not love a holiday revolving around my favourite things.  Besides, as a ginger, I look very good in green.  I got together my green jewelry and lingerie, popped a little clover decal in my hair and we got cozy by our green chair for a very holiday-appropriate blowjob.



The spirit of this video is very light and fun, even a little silly, with a lot of teasing and tongue circling to really drive him crazy…  I love doing that!  After all, I feel like that jovial energy is the benchmark of a good St. Patty’s day celebration.  Not to say that I’m like a blowjob leprechaun, but I think that the cumshot at the end of this blowjob was very much like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.



You know what to do.  Enjoy the video trailer!  If you want to see me give Mike a little boop on the nose as he comes in my mouth (and why wouldn’t you?) you’re going to need to check out the full video.

Irish for a Day


Top of the morning to ye!  Well, afternoon…  And St. Patty’s day was yesterday, but still.  I went to start celebrating before the upload was done yesterday, so I didn’t get a chance to tell you about my latest update for The Art of BlowjobIrish for a Day.  A blowjob and a nice pint of Guinness…  How can you go wrong?



This video is great for so many reasons.  It starts with a little Irish jig!  I get to wear a cool sash!  I get to swish cum around in my mouth with a nice sip of Guinness!  Even though I’m admittedly not Irish, I really enjoyed playing the role of a beautiful Irish lady getting a little tipsy and giving a blowjob in honour of St. Patrick’s day.  So, it should be clear then that I was NOT pretending to be a leprechaun.  There was no pot of gold, after all.  😉



So, what did you think of my little ode to the day?  Do you wish this was the way you celebrated?  You can check out the rest of the trailer here and the full video here, then let me know what you thought!  Hopefully you’re not all too hung over to put together a coherent thought or two!


Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Camille Crimson enjoys a Guinness on St. Patrick's Day


So, I’m not really Irish, but I love St. Patrick’s Day anyways.  You guys all know my penchant for scotch and Guinness, and I’ve obviously got the pale redhead thing down, so why not be Irish for a day?  After all, any day where you can indulge a little is okay by me!


Camille Crimson celebrates St. Patrick's Day


Whenever I think of St. Patrick’s Day, I always think of smiling Irish eyes.  Even though I’m half-French, half-Quebecoise, I think I have a bit of that natural smile in my eyes.  Maybe that’s part of what makes me good at blowjobs, at least in terms of eye contact…  Maybe the emerald isle is known for their blowjob eyes.  I doubt they’d tout that for their tourism, though.


Camille Crimson enjoys a Guinness on St. Patrick's Day


Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone, and I hope you all indulge in the chance to be Irish for the day.  I don’t think we’re going to go out anywhere, but there’s some scotch and a few more cans of Guinness where that came from, so we’re all set.  There’s an update with a special St. Patty’s Day themed blowjob coming up, so look out for it!  Until then, I’d love to hear what you’re planning, if anything!