The Price of a Beer in the World

The first reflex of tourists or people who have recently moved abroad is to compare the prices of foodstuffs or common consumer goods. Now there’s an interactive map to help you find out the price of a pint of beer anywhere in the world in euros or American or Canadian dollars. We might as well tell you straightaway, the cheapest beer is to be found in Nigeria for about $0.60 for a tankard, and you will pay around $16 for the same product in Qatar… If the desert heat, rather than the bill, gives you concerns about drinking your beer a little too warm, you might like to know that a beer in Iceland will set you back almost as much: $13.27 to be (very) precise.

https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/how-much-a-a-pint-of-beer-costs-around-the-world

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