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Have a Beer, It's St. Patrick's Day!

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Green beer may be your thing, but this pint of Harp and Guinness "half and half" looks pretty good to me. At the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery on Highway 6 green beer and a corned beef and cabbage dinner are among the St. Patrick's Day Specials being offered today. And Guinness and Harp are always on tap.

The Tilted Kilt is a franchise operation headquartered in Las Vegas. It's sort of a cross between Hooter's and an Irish pub, which is to say the waitresses are scantily clad in plaid. The company slogan is "Cold Beer Never Looked So Good." The pub also offers something they call "Irish Karoke." (Maybe you get drunk and forget the words?) Anyway, the place is all geared up for St. Patrick's Day, so be sure and wear some green if you stop by.

-Robb Walsh

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