Auckland the twelfth most expensive place in the world to buy a beer

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  • New Zealand news outlet, 1 NEWS, published this video item explaining how Auckland is the 12th most expensive place in the world to buy a beer.

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    The survey looked at 177 cities around the world.

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    Top Ten Most Expensive Cities to Buy Beer in the World

    According to similar surveys, the following cities are the top ten most expensive cities to purchase beer in 2021:

    1. Dubai, UAE
    2. Doha, Qatar
    3. Oslo, Norway
    4. Muscat, Oman
    5. Reykjavik, Iceland
    6. Paris, France
    7. Jerusalem, Israel
    8. Manama, Bahrain
    9. Mariehamn, Aland Islands
    10. Auckland, New Zealand

    Where is the Cheapest Beer?

    Those looking for a cheap pint will need to head to Africa, which has four out of the top five cheapest cities, or Asia – Uzbekistan, to be precise.

    1. Lusaka, Zambia
    2. Freetown, Sierra Leone
    3. Lagos, Nigeria
    4. Antananarivo, Madagascar
    5. Tashkent, Uzbekistan
    6. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
    7. Lome, Togo
    8. Managua, Nicaragua
    9. Dushanbe, Tajikistan
    10. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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