Replace Your Guinness With These PA Craft Beers This St. Patrick’s Day

We all know that when it comes to drinking in March, St. Patrick’s Day is front and center. If you are anything like us, you’re always looking to incorporate locally Pennsylvania-made craft beer into your everyday celebrations.

We have scoured the state to find Irish-themed beers across Pennsylvania that can replace that Guinness this St. Patrick’s Day. (In alphabetical order)

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Acclamation Brewing – The Pooka (Dry Irish Stout)

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ARTiface Ales & Mead – Cunning (4.5% Dry Irish Stout)

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Appalachian Brewing Company – Celtic Knot (5.7% Irish-Style Red Ale)

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Back Alley Brewing Company – MacKINLAY (4.8% Irish Stout)

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Back Mountain Brewing Company – F@%K Green Beer (9.2% Imperial Stout)

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Back Porch Brewing – Leprechaun Juice  (4.9% Irish Style Ale)

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Bill’s Best – Seamus (5% Dry Irish Stout)

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Bru Daddy’s – Red Ale Eddy (5.4% Irish Red Ale)

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Burghers Brewing – Lobaircin (4.2% Dry Irish Stout)

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Fegley’s Brew Works – The Boondock Stouts (4.6% Dry Irish Stout)

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Floating Feathers – King Richard (4.5% Dry Irish Stout)

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Groove Brewing

Paradorade (4.7% Kolsch)

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Scranton Party – Collab w/Last Minute Brewing (4.9% Irish Red Ale)

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Hares Hill Brewing Company – Boxing Hare (5% Nitro Irish-Style Stout)

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Hemauer Brewing – McFadden (Irish Red Ale)

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Lavery Brewing – Red Paddy (4.8% Irish Ale)

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Levante Brewing – Infinite Irish (4.1% Dry Irish Stout) & Green Alligators & Long-Necked Geese (8.1& DDH DIPA)

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Locust Lane – Duffy’s Red Ale (4.7% Irish Red Ale)

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Log Tavern – Irish Red

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McAllister Brewing – Leprechaun Balls (5.2% Irish Stout)

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Shamrock Shake IPA (6%)

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Newtown Brewing Company – I Don’t Have Friends, I Got Family (5.7% Irish Red Ale

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North Country – McCafferty’s Ale (5.2% Celtic Red Ale)

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Odd Logic Brewing – Dear Boss (12% Irish Potato-Inspired Imperial Stout)

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Pittsburgh Brewing Company – Extra Pittsburgh Stout (5.5% Stout)

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Rough Edges Brewing – Who’s Your Paddy? (6% Irish Red Ale)

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Second Sin Brewing – Double O Stout: Quantum of Stoutness (4.9% Irish Dry Stout draft on nitro)

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Stable 12 – Murphy’s Law (5% Irish Dry Stout)

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Vault Brewing – Gold Option (6% Irish Potato Stout)

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Wallenpaupack Brewing Company – O’Day’s (4.2% Irish Stout)

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Warwick Farm – Galway Stout (4.2% Irish Dry Stout)

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Well Crafted – Irish Potato Blonde Americano (5.8% Blonde Ale)

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Wolf Brewing – New Moon (4.1% Irish Dry Stout)

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Yellow Bridge Brewing – Less Than Lucky (6% White Stout With Marshmallow Cereal)

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