The Good Pub Guide 2016 was published earlier this month giving punters a breakdown of the best places to drink across the UK.
Flicking through we were quite alarmed to see that the price of a pint can vary wildly depending on where you are in the country, with the biggest difference being a staggering 82p!
According to the guide, the average pint in the UK costs £3.46 this year – 15 pence up on last year.
When it comes to the cheapest counties, Herefordshire has come out on top again, with a pint costing on average £3.10. As many would expect, London is the most expensive place to get a beer, with a pint averaging £3.92. For some reason, they haven’t broken out the prices in Scotland & Wales by county, so they just have flat rates for the whole nation (£3.53 & £3.27 respectively)
Here's the average per pint for each of the English counties:
Average price per pint
Cheshire, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Somerset
Devon, Bedfordshire, Norfolk, Warwickshire
Isle of Wight, Surrey