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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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