According to the Daily Express, MPs on the Commons' Finance and Select Committee have decided to postpone any price increase in Parliament's bars until next May.
That means MPs and their guests can continue to enjoy pints of beer for as little as £2.90, with taxpayer's subsidy contributing £7 million a year to the bill.
The freeze actually works out to a cut once inflation has been taken into account, means prices have only gone up once in the past five years.
As well as cheap booze, MPs are also set to benefit from a ten per cent pay rise by the time the freeze comes to an end in May.
TaxPayers' Alliance's Jonathan Isaby said: "Drink prices have not been frozen for the rest of us — why should it be any different for our MPs?"
A Commons spokeswoman said: "Benchmark prices have not moved significantly and current targets to drive sales and control costs are being met" whatever the hell that means.