Which countries have the cheapest beer?
The price of a pint is always far more pertinent than the fabled 'price of fish'. No-one shouts "HOW MUCH?!" at an expensive piece of hake, unless you're a seafarer or a fishmonger nerd.
Swanky bars may charge you £5 for a bottle of weak lager, while a CAMRA approved pub may well get you completely mortal for £1.30 a pop. But on average, is British beer cheap, compared to the rest of the world?
Well thankfully, we've been sent an infographic to help us find out which country is best for having a cheap snifter... but remember; cheap doesn't always mean quality.
Turns out that the cheapest boozers can be found in Vietnam and Ukraine, which is nice. Unless you go their during civil conflict. The best shout on the list, for price and quality, is the wonderful Czech Republic. Their beers are incredible and, as anyone who has visited will tell you, booze is seen as a basic human right there.
If you want to avoid shelling out loadsamoney, then avoid the Middle East. Mainly because alcohol is banned in parts of it. Where they do have beer, it is expensive.
In short, the price of one beer in Iran buys you 13 in Ukraine.
If you want to see the rest of the list and the full infographic, and some interesting beer factoids, then we advise paying a visit to financesonline/beer prices for the low down on who drinks the most, which beer is the most popular in the world and a more.