Cheers! These are the Most and Least Expensive Cities in the World to Buy Beer
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Cheers! These are the Most and Least Expensive Cities in the World to Buy Beer

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When it comes to summertime getaways, the price of beer may very well play a role in your vacation plans. Not only is it one of the best ways to cool down on sweltering day, but each city seems to have its own delicious take on the brew. GoEuro, a trip planning and booking website, recently released their annual Beer Price Index. The survey pulled average prices per beer from 75 cities around the world and shares a bit of insight into the local drinking habits. Cheers:

Most Expensive Cities to Buy Beer

5. New York, New York
• Average Price: $3.37
• Average Annual Consumption: 22.5 gallons per capita

4. Oslo, Norway
• Average Price: $3.84
• Average Annual Consumption: 16.6 gallons per capita

3. Tel Aviv, Israel
• Average Price: $4.19
• Average Annual Consumption: 6.1 gallons per capita

2. Hong Kong, China
• Average Price: $4.46
• Average Annual Consumption: 4.2 gallons per capita

1. Geneva, Switzerland
• Average Price: $4.58
• Average Annual Consumption: 16.6 gallons per capita

Least Expensive Cities to Buy Beer

5. Delhi, India
• Average Price: $1.27
• Average Annual Consumption: 1.6 gallons per capita

4. Malaga, Spain
• Average Price: $1.25
• Average Annual Consumption: 27.5 gallons per capita

3. Bratislava, Slovakia
• Average Price: $1.22
• Average Annual Consumption: 19 gallons per capita

2. Kiev, Ukraine
Average Price: $1.20
• Average Annual Consumption: 27.2 gallons per capita

1. Krakow, Poland
• Average Price: $1.20
• Average Annual Consumption: 33.5 gallons per capita

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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