Ireland's famous beer has weighed in on its country's Rugby World Cup loss - telling fans to drink something else.
Guinness Ireland's Twitter page shared a message, begging fans to turn to Carlsberg if they were looking for a drink to quench their thirst.
Their reason? Simply that they're done with the colour black after the 46-14 thrashing in Tokyo overnight.
"Have a pint of Carlsberg," it said. "We're officially done with the colour black today."
Not all fans could avoid the blackout though.
"Arrived back at my friend's place, he offered a beer," one person replied. "'No Guinness please,' I say, so he gives me a Sapporo... BLACK LABEL !!! Ouch... no getting away today."
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There's a catch though - In Ireland, Carlsberg is brewed under licence by the same company that owns Guinness - Diageo.
The tweet had been liked by more than 12,000 people as of Sunday morning.