Green beer is synonymous with St. Patrick's Day on March 17.

ASHEVILLE – If you’re searching for things to do on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, you’re in luck. Finding a pint of green beer, Irish fare and Celtic jam in the Asheville area is easier than finding a four-leaf clover in a clover patch.

Local restaurants, breweries, bars, pubs — and even a wine academy — are ready to deliver traditional Irish experiences with eclectic Asheville flair.

Don your green attire and make your rounds to these local St. Patrick’s Day festivities:

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Blue Ghost Brewing Company

Blue Ghost Brewing Company, at 125 Underwood Road in Fletcher, is expecting a big turnout on St. Patrick’s Day.

“It’s one of the bigger days coming out of the slow season,” said Jeremy Weber, general manager at Blue Ghost Brewing Company. “It’s always a sure sign that things are starting to turn around and we’re headed back into the summer and business is starting to boom again. It’s a sign that the people are coming back out.”

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