People in the UK have been waiting for the moment they can get their claws on an ice cold pint.
Luckily for those in Ireland, pubs and bars which serve food reopened to the public on Monday.
So one punter marked the special occasion by racking up a seriously pricy bill.
The receipt shows how the total came to an eye-watering €222.90 (£199) during a 105-minute stint at the pub.
A portion of fish and chips, two bowls of soup and two cokes were bought, as well as 42 pints of Guinness.
The punter splashed €189 (£168) on 42 pints of Guinness, reports Dublin Live.
On the receipt is shows how much the customer spent at Darnley, a hotel bar in Co Meath, Ireland.
A review on Booking.com says that the three-star guesthouse has a "well-stocked" bar.
However, a staff member at the hotel explained that the bill had been split between several customers.
According to the publication, the hotel has enforced strict social distancing measures in place.
It has put a one-way system in place with hand sanitiser stations dotted around the pub.
Pubs which have reopened must serve food at the value of at least €9 (£8).
And customers are only allowed to stay a maximum of one hour and 45 minutes.
Boozers in England will finally reopen this Saturday after the Government announced the news last month.
But pub-goers have been warned to stay "calm and sensible" on July 4.
Dame Cressida told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "My message is, if you're coming out on Saturday, be calm, be sensible.
"Look after yourself, look after your family. We are still in a global pandemic which is affecting this country very obviously."