The cheapest city to drink a beer is Krakow, Poland, according to the results of 2015 GoEuro Beer Price Index. The average price of a 33cl bottle of beer in this Polish city came in at only $1.66. In contrast, you'll likely not be surprised to learn that Geneva, Switzerland, has become the most expensive city worldwide to grab a beer, with an average beer price of $6.32. You can avoid a costly beer in Geneva if you shop for your beer in local supermarkets, where prices are roughly one sixth of those charged in bars, a trend observed across all the most expensive cities included in the survey.
All in all, 2015 results show a large difference in beer price across countries as well as significant changes from 2014. Beer drinkers in Oslo, Norway, should be pleased. Ranked the most expensive city in 2014, in 2015 it fell to fourth most expensive, benefiting from a decrease in the price of supermarket beer and a relative advantage against countries affected by currency appreciations and devaluations.
See also: 2014 Beer Price Index