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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Pints

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David Cameron and the Chinese president were skulling pints last night
“Few cans and back to Number 10, yeah?”
21 of Ireland's cosiest pubs for a pint by the fire
This Japanese man is trying to drink a pint of Guinness in every Dublin pub
He’s four months and 226 pubs into his journey.
10 of the best pubs to watch a match in Ireland
Ahead of a busy weekend of sport, we tell you where to go to take in the action.
Fancy a pint? Here are 11 Dublin pubs with a whole load of history
For those of us who like a good story, to go with our pint…
6 things that probably won't happen at the royal christening
No crying babies here.
8 of the best Galway pubs for a nice quiet pint
We came, we saw, we had pints.
Politicians who own pubs tell us what has gone wrong for rural Ireland
Owning a pub and being in Leinster House – seeing the demise of rural Ireland from the outside and the inside.
Here's how much the price of a pint in Ireland has gone up by since 1928
The answer may surprise you.
17 of the best places in Ireland to have a sunny pint after work
Sunshine means pints.
The curious case of Enda Kenny and the man with two pints in his hand
The Taoiseach meets a lot of people.
Is Guinness good for you? Look at the label
Diageo will start displaying nutritional information on alcohol.
This video of a Cork barman singing while pulling pints is going super viral
Not a bother on him!
Good news! Blue beer is a thing you can buy now
It originates from Japan, obviously.
Here's how much a pint costs in the Dáil bar these days
Still cheaper than most other bars…
Kings of Leon are in Dublin having pints... and getting drinking advice
They know how to pour a proper Guinness.
Man uses pint of Guinness to propose in Dublin
The right way to a lady’s heart.
11 charts and graphs to sum up your Friday night
All its ups and downs.
Dublin barman with 45yrs experience hits back at "one pour" Guinness claims
Is the traditional Guinness pour nothing but a “marketing myth”?
This Dublin pub now accepts Bitcoin as payment for a pint
The Baggot Inn is one of the first pubs in Ireland to accept the digital currency.
Is this Ireland's oldest barman?
John O’Sullivan is 90 years old and still pulling pints.
PHOTOS: Cork kayakers refuse to let floods dampen their night out
Nothing was going to keep these guys indoors.
‘Neknomination’ is the new social media craze
The game which involves nominating friends to ‘down’ pints while videoing themselves has reached Irish social media. An alcohol awareness group says it promotes binge drinking.
These are the 10 worst things that can happen to your Friday night pint
Flat? Stale? Foamy? GAH.
A pint in the Stag's Head listed in top 50 'must eat experiences'
The Dublin pub was the only Irish entry to make Kenwood’s food lovers bucket list.
Pub body CEO: I don't think TDs should be able to drink in Leinster House
Padraig Cribben of the Vintners Federation of Ireland told that TDs should be setting an example.
New scheme encourages parents to bring their teens to the pub
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland said that the scheme aims to promote mature drinking for young adults.
'€6.3bn is too much to spend on booze for a small country'
There was €6.3 billion spent on alcohol in 2012, up 1.2 per cent on 2011.
Update: Irish people ask Simon Pegg for a pint on Twitter... and he responds
It’s not good news.
21 ways to tell you were an Irish college student
Chicken fillet rolls, pints and fags.
Dáil bar racked up over €145,000 in profits last year
The restaurant and bar combined made total sales of over one million euro in 2012.
Irishness, pints and craic: Tom Cruise's 24 hours in Dublin (pics, videos)
Far and away (geddit?!) the best 24 hours you can have in Ireland…
Average Irish adult drank equivalent of 411 pints last year
That might sound like a lot, but it’s almost 100 pints fewer than the average in 2001.
PICS: Guinness tanks move through Dublin overnight
Would you look at the size of those things.
Column: Healy-Rae’s drink-driving vote is insulting to people who’ve lost loved ones
Kerry Counsellor Danny Healy-Rae should have had to look into the eyes a bereaved family member before he tabled his drink driving proposal, writes Christina Donnelly, whose son was killed by a drunk driver in 2009.
Tips for a happy, safe and responsible Arthur's Day
Happy Arthur’s Day! If you are out and about tonight has a few tips to ensure you have a safe one.
9 puzzled responses to the Irish custom of pub rounds
The internet isn’t happy with our way of buying drinks…
Column: Why do people try so hard with someone who's not interested?
There’s no law against going on the pull, but drunken suitors who can’t take a hint can spoil a good night out, writes Lisa McInerney.