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Green Beer

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Green beer is popular during St. Patrick's Day when people like everything and anything green, but it's also a fun thing to do on any day when you want feel envious or get intoxicated on the environmental movement. Here it is, how to make green beer!
 
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Step 1: Gather materials

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To make green beer you need just three things:

  • beer
  • a glass
  • green food coloring

On St. Patrick's Day people might want to support the Irish and drink beer from the motherland, but, on any other day, it's important to note that the beer doesn't have to come from Ireland in order to make it green. It works with America's own pride and joy Budweiser just as well, and any other brand of beer for that matter.

Step 2: Pour half the beer into a glass

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Pour half the beer into the glass.

Step 3: Add 3 drops of green food coloring

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Squeeze 3 drops of green food coloring into the glass.

Step 5: Cosume responsibly and enjoy

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Drink up and celebrate your special green occasion!
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xintus3 years ago
This is the worst method I ever saw...
chaceangel3 years ago
its good beer man. and a lot better green.\
skrubol3 years ago
I found a couple drops of blue per pitcher works for a light green, and then it doesn't turn everything the beer touches color like using this much green food coloring will.
I want to know how to make dark beers green. My rule of thumb for beers I like are if you hold it up to a light and can see through it, it isn't dark enough. :-)
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I'm slim...
 The real slim?
the only slim....
Then would you please stand up?
No sir, I wil do no such thing. However, I will gladly continue to sit and enjoy my beer
This is... Acceptable.
Might I say.... profound?
Why yes, you may indeed.
Quite.. *puffs pipe*
I must say, I am quite pleased with this endeavor.
i think he has been sniffing to much yoghurt...
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ahahha
but what kind of slime? 'slime' is actually just water that is thickened enough to make it move more solid and more slowly. i'd suggest gelatin.
Illuminati4 years ago
I wouldn't advice putting food coloring in good beer but good god man get yourself some quality beer.
Agreed.
shooby6 years ago
Any Americans here actually know why we celebrate St. Pattty's day?
That's the day Saint Patrick drove the serpents out of Ireland, except there were never snakes in Ireland so that welsh man got credit for nothing!
     The "snakes" were allegedly the British (protestants) but if you said it out loud you went to the tower.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!
"cause there aint no holiday between valentine's day and memorial day and hallmark was getting nervous!" (J/K)
m3harri shooby5 years ago
Because we can
It's a tradition that came over when the Irish came. And the reason why there are so many Irish and alcohol jokes is because we enjoy life.
No, but I know that wearing green is a misconception. Wearing green gets you pranked by the leprechauns. You're supposed to wear blue.
kog103 shooby6 years ago
Isn't it that we celebrate it in Ireland because that is when we think he died, and he is our patron saint.
Snakes!
get em patrick
ravebot shooby6 years ago
so we can get drunk
bubba77 shooby6 years ago
an excuse to get drunk lol
 Superbad!
THANK YOU!!!!!!11
mikemurray4 years ago
This "instructable" is a colossal waste of time.  You can sum it up in a single sentence. 

'Add some green food colouring to some lager or beer.'


noahw (author)  mikemurray4 years ago
I'm sorry that you didn't find it to be a more valuable piece of content.  If the content weren't free, I'd offer you a refund.
the crowing4 years ago
Good ol' green beer. I am kinda disappointed to see Bud being poured into the Celebration Ale glass tho ;) it's one of my favorite seasonal beers along with the Rahr Whiskey Winter Warmer.
thejimster4 years ago
Hmm.. green beer you say... neah, I would never trade the pure blond aspect of my beer with anything else, even if it's a special holiday.
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