We’re getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day around here! Our decorations are up, the Dry Irish Stout is ready and we just got our schedule for all the Irish dancing that’s going to take place right here in our brewery. Join us for lots of fun and experience a “reel” Irish St. Patrick’s week with local Irish dancers, a special menu and live music by The Paddy Whackers and James Higgins!
The Penk O’Donnell Irish Dancers will be dancing at Boundary Bay Brewery in multiple shows from March 12th – 17th. The dancers belong to the Penk-O’Donnell School of Irish Dance based in Vancouver, B.C. Each of these young ladies has excelled in international competitions over the years competing in regional, national and world championship competitions. They have traveled to Ireland, Scotland and throughout North America to attend competitions. The scheduled performances at Boundary Bay Brewery are:
Friday, March 12th: 6pm and 8pm
Saturday, March 13th: 4pm, 6pm and 8pm
Sunday, March 14th: 6:30 pm
Wednesday, March 17th – ST PATRICKS DAY: 12:15 pm, 6pm and 8pm
For almost a decade, the Boundary Bay Brewery has featured this group of local Irish dancers during its St. Patrick’s Day festivities. The Brewery has served as a welcome venue for the girls to share their Irish heritage and treat patrons to some of the finest expeditions of traditional Irish dance in North America. It has also provided the girls an opportunity to raise some much needed funds to support their travels. This year marks the tenth year the dancers will appear at Boundary Bay.
Come celebrate St. Patrick’s Day here at Boundary Bay Brewery with us! Enjoy local Irish dancers and a special menu featuring traditional favorites like Sheperdess Pie, Corned Beef and Cabbage and a Cured Salmon Sandwich. There’ll be some of our usual fare (like pizzas and salads) on the menu too if Irish food isn’t quite your cup o’ tea! And don’t forget to try our Dry Irish Stout with a small amount of sour mashed pale malt combined with a generous dose of roasted barley and fuggles hops. This lighter bodied Dry Irish Stout has a silky body and session beer qualities, plus it’s served on nitro for maximum smoothness and dense creamy head! Slàinte.