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His fellow swillers, who helped him to polish off bottles of rum in a lunch-time session in Malta, swore he "died a happy man".
In Wrexham, live music from Dead Wolf Club, Noise Parlour and Saltwater Injection at Central Station, and The Swillers at The Commercial.
On People's Monday, even the corporate swillers filled their troughs for the finale of a five-act drama worth every syllable of the hype and every glass of Pimms necked.
Lots on this Saturday, with James Phillips playing at The Belle Vue in Bangor; Mostly Blues is at The Cross Foxes in Pentre; Gintis, Adam Potts and Yan Williams at The North in Rhyl; at The Blue Bell in Conwy check out Swamp Route, and at Saith Seren in Wrexham, The Swillers play from 9pm.
But if you want to know how it's going to change when the Miller swillers and Bud boys roll in, listen to famous American sportswriter Rick Reilly.
Or, head to Llanfairfechan Sailing Club for another rock night with The Swillers.
Out among the Coors drinkers and the Miller swillers who think they'll be able to put Monty off with catcalls about his failed marriage.
Saith Seren, Wrexham 01978 447006 Event: The Swillers Time: 9pm Cost: Free entry Tafarn Glanaber, Morfa Bychan, Porthmadog 01766 514917 Event: Alistair James Time: 9pm Cost: Free entry Details: Meals served from 12 till 9pm.
The report reveals the Irish are the second biggest beer swillers on the globe with 383 pints drunk each last year, followed by Austria with 288.
Which should mean that 75 per cent of summers are free from beer swillers glued to the television.
While your average indie night is guaranteed to house more than its fair share of stage-diving students and boring beer swillers, Weekender manages instead to combine hip exclusivity without being snobbish and inaccessible.
Stout swillers of Ireland (260) will also be ahead of us.