According to the Go Euro 2015 beer price index, a 33ml draught beer in a bar in Geneva will set you back an eye watering US$10.77 on average. Krakow is the best city for the beer thirsty. There a 33ml draught beer in a bar will cost only US$2.70, around a quarter of Geneva. If you don’t fancy a trip to Krakow, Swiss supermarkets are a cheaper bet. A 33ml serving of beer there is on average US$1.87, making Swiss supermarket beer the world’s 7th most expensive. The survey looks at beer prices in 75 cities around the world. Hong Kong has the most expensive bar beer, Oslo the most expensive supermarket beer and Geneva the most expensive average across the two.
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