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

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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 Herfordshire 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.

Image: 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 – £3.67
The top 10 cheapest areas are::: Yorkshire/Herfordshire – £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

Source: SKY