It may not come as a surprise to anyone who has woken after a night out with a heavy head and a much lighter wallet, but London is among the world's costliest cities for beer.
The capital ranks 13th out of 75 most expensive cities for a beer on a global list according to the 2015 GoEuro Beer Price Index.
Geneve, Hong Kong and Tel Avi respectively are the costliest for a tipple.
Findings suggest Londoners pay £2.92 for a typical 33cl bottle of beer based on the combined average price of brews bought from a shop and at a bar.
In the Swiss city of Geneva, the average bottle costs an eye watering £4.08, compared with a more wallet friendly £1.07 in Krakow, Poland.
London is unsurprisingly the priciest place in England for a beer, ahead of Edinburgh (£2.04), Leeds (£1.96) and Liverpool (£1.70).
The table was compiled by GoEuro.co.uk, the European travel comparison site, to help holidaymakers partial to a drink choose the best value destination to indulge themselves.
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