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Poll: What is the most you've paid for a pint in Ireland?

The cost of a pint is on the rise.

LAST WEEK, ALCOHOL distributor Diageo announced they were raising their prices once again.

Their draught beers – Guinness, Harp, Carlsberg, Hop House 13, Smithwicks and Rockshore – will go up by 6c. The hikes will come into effect on 19 April.

The average cost across Ireland for a pint of stout was €5.64 in February this year, according to the CSO. On average a pint of lager cost €6.

Whether you agree with the price hikes or not, we want to know what the highest you’ve coughed up for a pint in Ireland.

So today we’re asking: What is the most you’ve paid for a pint in Ireland?

Poll Results:

€7 - €8 (3719)
€8 - €10 (2944)
€6 - €7 (2640)
€5 - €6 (1682)
No interest, no opinion (1566)
€10+ (912)

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