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# Pint

This month
May 2024
'Fashionable' Guinness leads to jump in sales according to Wetherspoons
Last month
April 2024
Heineken to hike the price of a pint by six cent over the coming months
All time
Steven Gerrard keen to share consoling pint with Neil Lennon
A photo of a man being evacuated in London last night and refusing to leave his pint behind has taken over Twitter
Pint Baby is alive and well and his name is Stephen
Pint of the black stuff the most popular drink in the Dáil bar
This Irish bar in New York was named the best in the world (again) - here's what it's like inside
Having a pint in the airport before you go on holiday is an essential Irish tradition
How to pour the perfect Guinness according to independent experts
Gluten-free beer made from chickpeas? Would you try it?
Why is Wetherspoon’s more expensive in Cork than it is Dublin?
Pint explodes in Drogheda pub for no apparent reason
A pint spontaneously combusted in a Drogheda pub and completely dumbfounded everyone
Ireland is the third most expensive place in Europe for a night out
"Where's the local beer?": How tourist demand is driving the microbrewery boom
The owners of Miller and Bavaria want to buy Heineken - but the Dutch are holding out
Bottled beer for Trev while Claw warms up for Munster match in traditional style
Bartender throws a full pint across the pub without spilling it
Non-drinking Muslim asks Twitter to describe what Guinness tastes like
As anticipated, the obligatory pic of Chris Hadfield supping a Guinness has just landed
British pub chain JD Wetherspoon buys Dublin bar for €1.5m
9 worrying signs that Ireland has developed 'notions'
'Jack Charlton asked me to play for Ireland, turned his back and finished his pint'
'Shocking' plans to raise price of pint
Poll: Will you be celebrating Arthur's Day?
Where everybody knows your name: pub goers want better jacks and Wi-Fi on tap
Guinness turns submarine into deep-sea bar
Chart of the Week: does the price of a pint indicate a win for Ireland in Macedonia?