The national average price for a pint of ale is now £3.47, which is an increase of 1p from when the figures were complied a year ago for the 2016 edition of the Good Pub Guide.
There is some good news for residents of Herefordshire because that is the cheapest county in Great Britain for ale; a pint there costs, on average, £3.21. In contrast, residents of London will not be surprised to hear that they suffer the most expensive ale prices; a London pint averages £4.08.
Each county has been given one of five categories by the guide. Bargain beer (represented by green on the map below) is the cheapest category; followed by fair-priced beer (blue on the map); average-priced beer (yellow); expensive beer (orange); and finally rip-off beer (red).
You can click on each pint glass on the interactive map below to see the average pint of every single county in Great Britain.