Dublin – 9th highest for beer prices

Apart from its natural growth curve, our high alcohol tax economy can only be encouraging online alcohol retailing’s rude health. Apart from its natural growth curve, our high alcohol tax economy can only be encouraging online alcohol retailing’s rude health.

With the average price of a pint of beer in the UK having hit the £4 mark the financial products comparison website money guru conducted a survey to find how much beer the equivalent of a £4 purchase will get the consumer prepared to travel to some of the world’s most popular city destinations.

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7 September 2018 | 0

With the average price of a pint of beer in the UK having hit the £4 mark the financial products comparison website money guru  conducted a survey to find how much beer the equivalent of a £4 purchase will get the consumer prepared to travel to some of the world’s most popular city destinations.

While London will sell the peripatetic punter 0.7 of a pint for the £4 (with pints actually costing around £5.19), Dublin will consider offering 0.8 of a pint for the £4 equivalent in €uro for pub customers here (where the cost of a pint is put at £5.05) with Dubai dispensing just 0.4 of a pint for £4 thus being the meanest market of all at £9 a pint.

(Mind you, by that reckoning, we’d love to see where in Paris one could purchase a pint of beer for just €5.71).

But go to Prague for the most propitious consumer deal among the 32 surveyed with the £4 equivalent catching the consumer 3.4 pints in a city where a pint costs just €1.17.

 

 

 

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