Water drinker, who can only be identified by his first name, David, is looking forward to celebrating the opening of a new tap at his local pub in Dublin.
“We’ve got to drink water and I want to drink it at home,” he says.
“I’m going to do the tap and make sure I’m not late and the people are going to be so happy.”
The pub is now celebrating its 100th anniversary, having been established in 1792.
David says he can’t wait to try the tap, which he says will be a “fantastically exciting occasion”.
Water drink is becoming an increasingly popular drink, with the number of water-related businesses across the UK increasing by over 70 per cent in the past year.
According to the National Drinking Water Advisory Service, the number is on track to double by 2020.
Drink water in Ireland is currently only available in the Republic of Ireland, with plans for further expansion in the future.
According the World Health Organization, there is no safe level of drinking water.