PIC: Some amount of drinking was done in Tipperary judging by this massive keg collection
They're a thirsty bunch down in Clonmel...
We're betting there were more than a few sore heads down around The Local Bar in Clonmel if this collection of kegs is anything to go by.
The bar itself is renowned for its Guinness, which we've been reliably informed is "like soup", and they seem to get through an awful lot of the black stuff.
We've seen similar numbers in pubs in other parts of the country, but it's usually when approaching St Patrick's Day or some other public holiday/big game.
Speaking to JOE, Michael Keeley, who sent in the photo said that if you tasted any of the pints in the place you'd know why they're all empty before informing us that none other than Ireland legend, Niall Quinn, used to have a share in the business.
This lot were left out on Monday night for collection, and we're sure the locals will have a great time trying to empty the replacements.
Now, it's not quite as impressive as this effort from an Irish bar at the Euro's last year, but it's pretty damn close.
— Dermot Mulhall (@dermotmulhall) June 9, 2016
We're sure that Ma Nolan's in Nice didn't have any difficulty getting rid of this delivery.