Celebrate  St. Patrick’s Day with Steam Whistle and

Keep the Boot

Leprechauns, those undersized elves of Irish lore, are merry-makers who drink, dance and play music when not guarding gold treasure. Steam Whistle pays homage to these spritely fellows with this Leprechaun boot from which to drink and celebrate our golden nectar.

Order 1 Litre of Steam Whistle Pilsner and Keep the Boot

Leprechaun Boot Promotion

Hundreds of bars and restaurants across Ontario and Alberta will be serving up St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with our KEEP THE BOOT promotion.

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Order 1/2 Litre of Steam Whistle Pilsner and Keep the Boot

In British Columbia, where their liquor laws are a bit more conservative, ½ liter glass boots will be serving up St. Patrick’s Day cheer all month.

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Leprechaun Boot Gift Pack

Bring the St. Paddy’s party home with the Leprechaun Boot Gift Pack: containing the ceramic 1 litre boot and 2 x 500ml cans of Steam Whistle Pilsner. Available at Liquor Depot stores in Alberta, and select Ontario Grocery stores.

Do you have the luck o’ the Irish?

Win Our Loot

We wanna see your most epic Das Boot cheers (hopefully inspired by the elaborate Blue Jays handshakes from last summer!). Share photos or videos of your best cheers on our Facebook wall or by using the #SWDasBoot Hashtag on Twitter or Instagram to be entered to win our TEAM GREEN loot below!

Prize includes: 1 toque, 1 pair of mittens, 1 scarf, 1 zip up hoodie, 1 pair of socks. You have until St Patrick’s Day (March 17th) to submit your photo’s so grab your #SWDasBoot, grab a pal and get filming. There is no purchase necessary and you must be of legal drinking age to participate.

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Have a hoot!

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Steam Whistle Brewery.


Saturday March 12th


2pm to Midnight


$20 at the door

Entertainment By

Brogue, Poor Angus,
The Woodgate-Shamrock Irish Dancers


Come in anything green! We can help with that. Shop now!

Check out photos from the 2015 party


Leprechaun Boots Do’s & Don’ts