The saying is that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick's day. Russia Today demonstrates the truth of that saying with St. Patrick's Day in Moscow.
British Royalty even got into the act, with the Duchess of Cambridge presenting shamrock sprigs to the Irish Guards, including the unit's Irish Wolfhound mascot, as ITN reports.
The cermonies continued with the Irish Guards toasting the Duchess with beer.
Speaking of beer, Discovery News posted this video showing the highlights of the history and science of beer.
Beer has a lot more to it than just suds and bubbles. Daron Taylor takes a look!On that note, here is a link my wife posted to her Facebook wall: The Nutritional Lowdown on Guinness.
Since St. Patrick’s Day is on a Saturday this year, we figured that more than a few of you would be down for celebrating with a pint of Ireland’s most famous export: Guinness stout.Bottoms up!
If you are on a nutrition plan, you don’t have to forgo the Guinness entirely. Guinness has a reputation for being a meal in a glass, but it’s actually lower in calories and higher in nutrition that you might think.