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The 10 most expensive cities in the world to have a beer

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Here’s yet another reason to love being a South African – affordable beer.

Sure, there’s nothing more satisfying than trying the local beer during your travels. But at some of those prices? No thanks!

According to a research by search engine Go Euro, Oslo, Norway, is the most expensive place to enjoy a pint, which will have you coughing up over R50 for a 330ml bottle of beer. Zurich, Switzerland, and Tokyo, Japan, came in second and third respectively – both well over the R40 mark.

Here’s the complete list:

1. Oslo (R52.05)
2. Zurich (R44.61)
3. Tokyo (R44.43)
4. Tel Aviv (R34.82)
5. London (R31.19)
6. Kuala Lumpur (R28.84)
7. Sydney (R28.66)
8. Singapore (R28.11)
9. Hong Kong (R27.02)
10. Rio de Janeiro (R25.21)

Hmm, we might just save our bucks for some more sessions at our local, The Taproom.

Cheers!

One Comment on “The 10 most expensive cities in the world to have a beer

  1. That still does not give the right impression (too cheap!) of Norway, as that is the retail price of a bottle, whereas going out to a pub for a 1/2 liter of tap beer will cost you around than R150!!! Cheers! :-)

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