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Where’s the Cheapest Place in the UK for a Pint?

30 September 2015

Pub InsuranceThe results are in and according to the latest statistics from the Good Pub Guide 2016, the average price of a British pint is now £3.46. This means punters are paying 15% more than last year’s figures. And this is despite the fact that over the past 12 months beer duty has significantly dropped.

Overall, the rise has meant that across the UK there is now a huge 82p difference between the cheapest and most expensive pints to be found. Definitely not good news for the hordes of British beer fans out there.

Lucky for you, we’re taken a closer look at the data and determined where you can score the best deals on pints across the nation.

Herefordshire – £3.10

And the winner for the cheapest beer in the UK is… Herefordshire! For little more than three quid you can sip on a pint in

Yorkshire – £3.15

Downing a pint in Yorkshire will cost you just over £3 which makes it one of the cheapest cities in the UK.

Nottinghamshire – £3.23

If you’re looking for a bargain Nottinghamshire can deliver with pints priced at just £3.23.

Cornwall – £3.28

Amazingly, the sunny seaside region of Cornwall pours reasonably affordable pints priced at £3.28. No wonder it’s still one of the UK’s most popular holiday spots!

Gloucestershire £3.33

Gloucestershire pours mid-range pints priced at around £3.33 a pop. If you’re visiting make sure you pay visit to the Horse & Groom, rated this year’s Good Pub Guide winner.

Scotland – £3.53

Across the country the Scots pay an average of £3.53 for their pints. Of course, the price is likely pushed up by the oodles of pricey pubs spread along Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile.

Kent – £3.62

Given its proximity to London and its status as an up and coming city, it’s no surprise that Kentish pints cost in excess of £3.60.

Scottish Islands – £3.85

Quite possibly due to the region’s remote location, pints in the Scottish Islands cost around £3.85.

London – £3.92

In the country’s capital a pint will set you back an average of £3.92. That’s one expensive beer! Of course, you do pay a premium for the location and we don’t hear anyone complaining about the fact that London is brimming with world class attractions, a fantastic food scene, incredible shopping and an amazing vibe.

 

 

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