Unsurprisingly, London topped the list with the most expensive pint with average of £5.60, with Bristol in second place at £4.76, Norwich third (£4.72), and Belfast in fourth (£4.48).
Edinburgh came in fifth place (£4.48), joint with Manchester (£4.48) and Cambridge (£4.48). Birmingham’s average cost of a pint was 2p cheaper at £4.36 but this was significantly more than Southampton (£3.97).
Glasgow, Newcastle, Cardiff and Plymouth all had the same average price of a pint at £3.92, followed by Leicester at £3.66, then Liverpool at £3.47 and Sheffield was the cheapest at £3.36.
Similarly, research from the Good Beer Guide last year found the cheapest county for a pint of beer was Shropshire (£3.37) and again, the most expensive was London (£4.44).
Following this, research from Ocean Finance looked into the cost of a pint across Europe and the UK was 200% more than the continent’s least expensive, which was found in Prague.
Prague in the Czech Republic was the cheapest place to drink out with the cost of a pint of beer at £1, a bottle of table wine £5 and a cup of coffee £2.
Budapest in Hungary was in second place with the average cost of a pint was £2, a bottle of table wine was £4 and coffee was the same as Prague at £2.
Lisbon echoed Budapest with the beer cost and coffee but the wine price was 50% higher at £6.
Meanwhile, the research from Treated also looked into the average price of a medium glass of white wine with London, once again, uncovered as the most expensive at £5.71.
Cardiff and Glasgow were the cheapest cities for a medium glass of white and red wine respectively. White in Cardiff was £4.13 and red in Glasgow was £4.18.