It's a day that so many look forward to as a fun party day. Of course, I am talking about St. Patrick's Day. However you decide to spend the Irish holiday, there's one traditional drink that almost everyone can agree is probably the most popular on March 17th. That drink would be Guinness. Unfortunately, if you plan on purchasing one or two or five pints of Guinness on St. Patrick's Day, you happen to be in one of the most expensive states for purchasing the drink.
No matter who you are or where you are, it's always a great time when March 17th rolls around to celebrate one of the biggest party days of the year. With the way things have gone over the past few years, it feels like we definitely need to cut loose ten fold for our St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Luckily (luck of the Irish...even I'm not Irish), we have plenty of things happening in and around Cheyenne to celebrate the day.
Everyone knows that one guy who has the shamrock tattoo on their calf, an Irish flag hanging in their living room and blasts Dropkick Murphys as loud as they can, but if you look at their ancestry, they're like 8th generation Irish. The website Zippia did some research for those bros and everyone else with Irish heritage and here's how they figured it out.
drunk-driving fatalities tend to spike on St. Patrick’s Day, which is why the Wyoming Department of Transportation and the Wyoming Highway Patrol want to remind people to stay safe and have a sober driver