St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Grand Lodge

with Live Music by

Dance Hall Days

Sky in the Road

The Junebugs

Blarney Thursday


Special Release: St. Patrick's Day Whiskey

  • All Day! Music begins at 4 p.m. |
  • Free |
  • All ages (except Pat's Corner)

About St. Patrick's Day Celebration at Grand Lodge


We do so love this particular holiday! At spots across “County McMenamins,” we'll offer live music, bagpipers, McMenamins Irish Stout, Irish Coffee cocktails, Irish food specials and more.

Events free & all ages unless noted

4 p.m. 'til 6 p.m.
Blarney Thursday · Celtic Music · Compass Room Theater

6 p.m. ‘til 7 p.m.
Irish Dancers · Compass Room Theater

6 p.m. 'til 9 p.m.
The Junebugs · Folk pop · Garage Door

6 p.m. 'til 9 p.m.
Sky in the Road · New World Celtic · Pat's Corner (21 & over)

7 p.m. 'til 10 p.m.
Dance Hall Days · '80s & '90s Dance party · Compass Room Theater

About Sky in the Road


Sky in the Road creates music with an organic feel that reflects their unique native Oregonian perspective. Sky in the Road is the performing name of singer/songwriter duo Daniel Rhiger and Rahmana Wiest. Their musical collaboration spans two decades. They describe their music as folk-based winding its way through Americana, country, Celtic, world folk, gypsy jazz, new age, rock and reggae. Known for their tight, soaring vocal harmonies they fill out their sound with a variety of instrumentation including 6 and 12 string guitar, Irish bouzouki, banjo and East Indian harmonium.

Their songs have received honors in competitions locally and nationally including Billboard Magazine's National Songwriting Contest. Sky in the Road has released several CDs including, "Time Travels", "Celtic Gypsy", "Where Everything is Music" and their 1996 debut, "Sky in the Road".

They have toured nationally and have been heard at numerous concert halls, conferences, coffee houses and festivals including Winterfolk, Portland's Rose Festival, Artquake, The Bite, Seattle Folk Life, and many more. Their recordings have received airplay in major markets such as Boston, San Francisco and Portland and on numerous college radio stations nationwide. They have been featured on the nationally syndicated radio show River City Folk three times since 2001.



About The Junebugs


The Junebugs are a high energy Pop Folk trio ready to rock and/or roll until the cows come home. We play a lot of different instruments. Some of them well. If you like old timey music, but also like R. Kelly, you'll find a lot to like here.


About Special Release: St. Patrick's Day Whiskey


The highly coveted, limited-edition McMenamins Devils Bit Whiskey returns for its St. Patty’s Day debut on Monday, March 17 at select locations!

With fewer than 1,000 bottles produced, this aged spirit is released on our favorite holiday – and when it’s gone, it’s gone! The 200-ML flask bottles can be purchased for $17 (two per person maximum) to-go at these McMenamins spots (which will all be festively celebrating the holiday as well!): 

  1. Edgefield Gift Shop  Troutdale · opens 7 a.m.
  2. Kennedy School Gift Shop  Portland · opens 7 a.m.
  3. Crystal Hotel  Portland · opens 7 a.m.
  4. Old Church & Pub  Wilsonville · opens 11 a.m.
  5. Old St. Francis School  Bend · opens 7 a.m.
  6. Cornelius Pass Roadhouse  Hillsboro · opens 11 a.m.
  7. Grand Lodge  Forest Grove · opens 7 a.m.
  8. North Bank  Eugene · opens 11 a.m.
  9. Roseburg Station  Roseburg · opens 11 a.m.
  10. Hotel Oregon  McMinnville · opens 7 a.m.
  11. Lighthouse Pub  Lincoln City · opens 11 a.m.
  12. Gearhart Hotel  Gearhart · opens 7 a.m.

Devils Bit Details

They don’t call it the well-traveled barrel for nothing! Handcrafted at the McMenamins Edgefield Distillery, this whiskey was double distilled from a mash of 100 percent two-row malted barley in 2006. From there it went into a new 53-gallon, charred American white oak barrel, where it aged for two years. Then it spent two years in a new 30-gallon American white oak barrel and three more years in a barrel previously used for McMenamins Port-style wines. Finally, it was finished for a year in a barrel previously used for making McMenamins wheat-based whiskey.

As a result, this year’s Devils Bit is far more complex than expected of an eight-year-old whiskey. The aroma is balanced between the malt, the sweet new oak and the notes of Port wood. It tastes like a piece of chocolate cake with a cherry glaze. Sláinte!

Devils Bit Lore

We history lovers enjoy dreaming up fanciful identities for McMenamins hand-crafted products. Devils Bit Whiskey was named after a mountain in North Tipperary, Ireland. Legend has it that a small gap in the mountain is where the devil took a bite and spit out the rock. That spit-out piece became the Rock of Cashel, which was the traditional seat of the kings of Munster in Ireland for several hundred years; most of the buildings that remain on the site date from the 1100s and 1200s. According to legend, Cashel is also the site of the conversion of the King of Munster by St. Patrick in the 5th century.

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