We all know the price of beer in the UK can vary greatly depending on where in the country you happen to be drinking, be it north or south, country pub or city centre bar. As an average, Brits pay £2.90 for a pint of lager. Price comparison site TravelSupermarket have taken a look at how the UK market shapes up against other parts of the world in their latest infographic. We also get a quick rundown of the best-selling brands of beer across the globe. It may come as no surprise to learn that international favourites such as Corona and Budweiser make an appearance, but the top-selling brand may come as a shock. Find out where in the world has the highest average pint price, and find out where to head for the cheapest pint.
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This infographic was made by TravelSupermarket
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