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Where's the most expensive place to buy a pint?

By Sunita Patel-Carstairs, Business Reporter
Surrey has overtaken London as the most expensive place to buy a pint in the country, a new study shows.
Drinkers can now expect to pay €4.40 in the county in the South East of England - compared to €4.20 in the capital.
The figures, from a nationwide survey by the Good Pub Guide, show the average pint now costs €3.60, up by 13p on last year.It is the first time in the guide's history that the capital has not topped the price list.Drinkers will be raising a glass in Yorkshire and Herefordshire where a typical pint of beer costs €3.31 - a difference of €1.09 compared to most expensive.Other bargain beer counties include Shropshire (€3.33), Derbyshire (€3.36), Cumbria (€3.38), Worcestershire (€3.38) and Northumbria (€3.40).
At the other end of the spectrum, drinkers in Sussex pay an average €3.82, while a pint in Hertfordshire costs €3.81 and €3.80 in the Scottish Islands.Beer in pubs brewing their own brands is typically €3.09 a pint - 51p less than the national average.
Where's the most expensive place to buy a pint?

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The cheapest typical pint can be bought in Yorkshire and Herfordshire for ?3.31
The top 10 most expensive areas include:
:: Surrey - €4.40
:: London - €4.20
:: Sussex - €3.82
:: Hertfordshire - €3.81
:: Scottish Islands - €3.80
:: Berkshire €3.78
:: Buckinghamshire - €3.75
:: Oxfordshire - €3.74
:: Isle of Wight - €3.73
:: Scotland - €3.67The top 10 cheapest areas are:
:: Yorkshire/Herefordshire - €3.31
:: Shropshire - €3.33
:: Derbyshire - €3.36
:: Cumbria - €3.38
:: Worcestershire - €3.38
:: Northumbria - €3.40
:: Wales - €3.42
:: Leicestershire - €3.47
:: Northamptonshire €3.48
:: Staffordshire - €3.48
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