With the Irish celebration regarded as the fourth booziest in America - can you guess what the other biggest drinking days in the US are?

The prominence of March 17th's festivities cannot be denied - each year, more than 33 million Irish-Americans wash down a pint of Guinness in honor of Ireland's patron saint. 

To put this into perspective, WalletHub.com have revealed that the annual saint's day is considered the fourth biggest 'drinking celebration' in the calendar.

St. Patrick's Day comes just behind New Years Eve, Christmas Day, and America's own national holiday Independence Day (July 4th) in terms of its alcohol consumption.

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Shall we say, sláinte, to that.

WalletHub also uncovered some interesting facts regarding the greenest day of the year:

*60% of all Americans plan to celebrate "St. Patty's Day" this year.

*83% of these Americans will be wearing green - or at least one reference to a shamrock!

* A whopping 13 MILLION pints of Guinness will be served worldwide on the day.

Instagram.com/Guinness

Instagram.com/Guinness

* 31% of Americans plan to eat an Irish-themed meal on St. Patrick's Day.

* There will be a 70% increase in cabbage shipments in the run-up to the day.

* Unfortunately, with excessive drinking comes a rise in fatalities. Sixty people lost their lives due to drink-driving on Mach 17th, 2016. Ensure you always have a designated driver or install a car service like Uber or Lyft on your phone before you head to your local bar.

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Green beer is a popular festive drink on St. Patrick's DayFlickr