Top 10 most expensive beer countries

6. Singapore – £5.20

The rounded island and several islets off the south coast of Malaysia is a booming economic giant that punches well about its weight.

One of the four ‘Asian Tiger’ countries, and Tiger beer proving popular, Singapore certainly gives a terrifying roar with an average pint-price at £5.20.

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2 Responses to “Top 10 most expensive beer countries”

  1. John McGeehan says:

    Umm- where’s Australia in that list? It costs $11 -12 for a pint of beer over there (yes really), which is around £6- £6.50!!!

  2. Peter Cousins says:

    Try the Royal Albert hotel Reservoir rd in Sydney I don’t recall
    spending that much for a pint ( & on handpumps as well ! ) I think it was about $9:00 a pint but the beer was in brilliant condition 1 light beer & 1 dark beer, did find a pub some years back in Perth WA $9 a pint in about 2005 very dear !
    Peter
    Herts UK

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