Saint Patricks Festival

Saint Patricks Festival

The Saint Patricks Festival is here! Players can enjoy the new brewery facilities and brew their own beers and ciders, but remember, please drink responsibly!

Festival Features

The Saint Patrick's Festival is here! For the next ten days players will be able to brew their own beers and other alcoholic drinks, get drunk and party! 

  • Brew your own alcoholic drinks and get drunk!
  • Cheap beer mugs and Irish themed heads!
  • Four new particle effects to collect!
  • Visit our brewery at /warp brewery!
  • Type /menu to access all the fun!

The Origin of Saint Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick's Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick is a cultural and religious celebration held on 17 March, the traditional death date of Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland. On St Patrick's Day it is customary to wear shamrocks and green clothing or accessories.

The colour green has been associated with Ireland since at least the 1640s, when the green harp flag was used by the Irish Catholic Confederation. Green ribbons and shamrocks have been worn on St Patrick's Day since at least the 1680s.

Step One

Step one is fermenting fresh ingredients. Place a cauldron over a fire and fill it with water. Add the required ingredients by right clicking the cauldron with the ingredients in your hand. You can right click the cauldron with a clock to see how long they have been fermenting for. Once they have fermented for the duration specified in your recipe, empty the brew into glass bottles. 

Step Two

Not all recipes may require step two. This is the distilling process, more commonly used for spirits rather than beers. Put your bottles on to a brewing stand with glowstone dust as the filter on top of the bottles. Repeat the distilling process as many times as your recipe requires it. 

Step Three

Not all recipes require step three. Ageing is more for beers and ciders rather than for spirits. Right click the Barrel sign on any small or large barrel and place your brews in the inventory slots to age. You can track how long they have been ageing by checking the brew's lore. Some recipes may require a specific type of barrel, for example oak or spruce. 

Go to /warp brewery to see and use examples!

Recipe for Beer

A simple beer requires 6 wheat to be fermented for 8 minutes. The brew must then be aged in any barrel for 3 mc days.

Recipe for Dark Beer

Dark Beer requires 6 wheat to be fermented for 8 minutes. The brew must then be aged for 8 mc days in a spruce barrel.

Recipe for Mead

Mead requires 6 sugar canes to be fermented for 3 minutes. The brew must then be aged for 4 mc days in an oak barrel.

Recipe for Cider

Cider requires 6 sugar canes and 2 apples to be fermented for 4 minutes. The brew must then be aged for 4 mc days in an oak barrel.

Recipe for Spicy Rum

Arrr, spicy rum requires 14 sugar canes to be fermented for 5 minutes. The brew will then be distilled 2 times, and then aged for 14 mc days in an oak barrel.

Recipe for Vodka

Vodka requires 10 potatoes to be fermented for 15 minutes. The brew will then need to be distilled 3 times. 

Recipe for Absinthe

Absinthe requires 15 dead bushes to be fermented for 3 minutes. The brew will then need to be distilled 6 times. Expect this one to hurt!