Surrey becomes the most expensive place in the UK to buy a pint

London is no longer the most expensive place in Britain to buy a pint - with Surrey snatching away the title, a new study shows.

At a whopping £4.40 a pint of beer, the county has overtaken London by just 20p to take the title - said.

It's the first time since the Good Pub Guide began publishing in 1982 that the capital has not taken the top spot when it came to the average price of a pint.

Topping the list are:

  • Surrey - £4.40
  • London - £4.20
  • Sussex - £3.82
  • Hertfordshire - £3.81
  • Scottish Islands - £3.80

The five cheapest places to grab a pint after work are:

  • Cumbria - £3.38
  • Derbyshire - £3.36
  • Shropshire - £3.33
  • Yorkshire - £3.31
  • Hertfordshire - £3.31
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