Over 13 million pints of Guinness are sold on St. Patrick's Day. Where can you get the least expensive Guinness? Here's a handy guide. 

St. Patrick's Day in Dublin is an epic celebration, and if you're lucky enough to be in Ireland's capital on March 17, chances are you'll want to know where to go for a pint of Guinness. 

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This handy new infographic shows the 10 cheapest pubs for a pint of Guinness in Dublin. 

The folks behind the Irish online retailer The Sweatershop put together lists of the 10 cheapest and 10 most expensive places for a pint of Guinness in Dublin. 

The winner, with an impressive €3.70 ($4.21) pint, is The Snug Bar on Stephen Street Upper. 

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Next is €4.00 ($4.55) pints at three different pubs - The Portobello on South Richmond Street, The Auld Triangle in Drumcondra and Downey's in Cabra.

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Also on the list is The Lark Inn with a €4.10 ($4.66) pint, €4.20 ($4.78) pints at  Dicey Reilly's on Harcourt Street, The Yacht in Ringsend, Kavanagh's in Stoneybatter, The Bridge Tavern in Summerhill and The Clock in The Liberties.

When it comes to the most expensive pints, it probably comes as no surprise that some of the dearest Guinness prices can be found in Temple Bar, with the most expensive, €6.90 ($7.85), at The Temple Bar itself. 

What do you think is the most reasonable price for a pint of Guinness? Tell us in the comment section. 

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