A report in today's Irish Independent says that a popular bar in Waterford City is the cheapest to buy a pint of stout for St Patrick's Day.
For the survey, the national paper surveyed 22 pubs in Dublin, 20 in Cork, Limerick, Galway and Drogheda, and 16 across Waterford.
As expected, the Temple Bar pub in Dublin has Ireland's most expensive - at least as per this report - pint of Guinness, at a whopping €7.60!
That's over four euros more expensive than the cheapest pint on the list, which is nestled in the middle of the Waterford's night scene, on Manor Street.
Mason's Bar charge just €3.50 for a pint of the black stuff, despite bar owners in Waterford telling the paper that footfall is down, particularly on weekdays.
"This (Waterford) is a weekend city, I don't care what anyone says" one publican told the paper.
"There is no trade during the week unless you're a food-focused pub."
It's as the price of pints has risen, as the price of living costs increase across the country.
Speaking to Beat News earlier this year, owner of Paris Texas Bar and Restaurant in Kilkenny says pints could increase by as much as 20c per pour, depending on the circumstances of the pub.
Diageo have raised their unit price to pubs for the first time in four years, while lighting, heating, and general costs have also increased for publicans.