That would go great for St. Patrick's Day!!!!
Are you racking from the primary to a secondary, and then to a batch priming container with an auto siphon? If so pay close attention to avoid getting your cane into the trub at the bottom of each of your carboys. I like to slightly tilt the carboy while it is fermenting, which allows the trub to settle at the bottom on one side. Then when I start to rack it out of the carboy on the opposite side from where the trub is. I make sure my cane is not in the trub. As the last of the beer approaches the bottom of the carboy I will allow the carboy to gently straighten up and I am able to siphon a good amount of brew from the carboy without sucking up hardly any trub at all. You can also use this same technique using CO2 and a few extra attachments to push the beer out of the carboy to another carboy and eventually into a cornie keg. Later on you may be interested in going to kegs verses bottles.
Hope this helps.