Whether you’re sipping a pint of kölsch in Germany or drinking a Heineken at a hotel bar in Hong Kong, there are a number of factors that can influence how much your beverage will cost. Cost of living is certainly a primary factor, but taxes, availability, type of establishment, type of beer (craft beer vs macro brew), and local tastes will also affect the price of your pint. Analysts at Deutsche Bank recently gathered critical data on how much a pint of beer costs in various major cities around the world.
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The median price of beer in the 48 cities analyzed was $5.70, and here is the full list of cities ordered from most to least expensive pint.
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