Where is the world's most expensive beer?

All brews not created equal.

All brews not created equal.  (iStock)

People around the world love beer.

But it turns out a pint in some countries will cost you a lot more.

European based travel site GoEuro conducted a survey of average beer prices in different cities around the world and the results are pretty unbelievable.

If money is no object, head to Oslo, Norway where the price of a 330 ml (11.2oz, which is smaller than an American can of Bud) is £2.87. That’s nearly $4.80 USD

Let’s hope that’s one special brew. 

According to the Wall Street Journal, this is even more surprising considering that these figures were taken from average prices at a discount store- not a bar.

Zurich and Tokyo also have high priced beers- above $4 USD for just one bottle.

But if you’re in the mood to order several rounds, you might want to think about a vacation in Warsaw, Poland. A beer there averages just $1.06 American dollars.

Check out the full infographic below and keep in mind that a British pound equals about $1.66 USD.