Moscow are reportedly low on their supply of beer following the high demand from football fans at the World Cup this summer.
The Russian capital has seen over 1,000,000 people visit for the World Cup, resulting in increased demand for alcohol in the city's bars and restaurants.
According to the Daily Mail, supplies of beer are dropping significantly as tourists continue to drink the country dry.
"We just didn't think they would only want beer," a waiter in Moscow told the newspaper.
"There are really a lot of people in Moscow, and they are all drinking. It's hot, and it's football."
The World Cup continues until July 15, when the final takes place at the Luzhniki Stadium in the capital.