According to a survey conducted by travel bureau Intrepid, Iceland is the most expensive country to drink a beer, while the cheapest country for beer is Vietnam, with $20 scoring you 14 beers, reports travel.nine.com.au.
Intrepid has figured out just how much beer you can get for a mere Australian $20, and following closely behind front-runner Vietnam with eight beers at $2.50 each is Mexico, Egypt, Kenya and Myanmar.
Meanwhile, one single schooner in Iceland costs a whopping $14.50 (ISK 1163.79, i.e. DKK 70), writes travel.nine.com.au.
In the Faroe Islands, beer prices are generally slightly cheaper than in Iceland, with the average price of around DKK 50-60 for a pint.
Article updated 25 May 2018, 19.40