You've been stuck at home for the last two days and you are looking for any excuse to go to the store. Here's one, St. Patrick's Day is tomorrow and you need to stock up on the alcohol. Here's some drinks to get your green going and to help forget your blues.

Emerald Isle - Mix 2 ounces gin, 1 ½ teaspoon green crème de menthe, and three dashes bitters. Stir and then pour into a glass.

Green Machine Punch -  1 bottle vodka, one 12 ounce can of frozen limeade concentrate, ½ gallon lemon sherbet, and ½ gallon lime sherbet. Dissolve the concentrate into the vodka, and then add the sherbet. If you want to make this alcohol free, just leave out the vodka.

Irish Dream - Combine these ingredients in a blender with ice. ½ ounce Irish cream liqueur, ½ ounce hazelnut liqueur, ½ ounce brown crème de cacao, and one scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Shamrock - Mix together 1 ½ ounce Irish whiskey, ½ ounce dry vermouth, ½ ounce green crème de menthe, and 1 teaspoon green chartreuse.

Irish Rickey - Combine 1 ½ ounce blended whiskey with 1 ounce lime juice, and top off with club soda. Garnish with a lime twist.

Irish Shillelagh - 1 ½ ounces Irish whiskey, ½ ounce light rum, ½ ounce sloe gin, 1 teaspoon powdered sugar, 1 ounce lemon juice, ¼ cup of diced peaches, and ¼ cup raspberries. Combine the ingredients in a blender, and garnish with raspberries.

Irish Coffee - Dissolve granulated sugar (enough to taste) into 2 ounces Irish whiskey. Add hot coffee, leaving a half inch at the top of the glass. Top with whip cream.

Depth Charge - Mix 2 ounces peppermint schnapps with 1 pint of beer. Pour the schnapps first and stir slightly.

Irish Rickey - Combine 1 ½ ounce blended whiskey with 1 ounce lime juice, and top off with club soda. Garnish with a lime twist.

Speaking of getting your green going and forgetting your blues. Did you know that St. Patrick was traditionally associated with the color blue? That's something that America came up with and most bars in Ireland don't serve it.

Here are some other drinks that can have you feeling green tomorrow. As always, drink responsibly.

[via The Spruce]