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Cheap Beer Online: The cheapest beers in the UK revealed after price of a pint rises 4.3%

It’s enough to leave southern beer drinkers frothing – for the price of a pint is 82p dearer than the north.

The brew-ha-ha is revealed today by booze bible The Good Pub Guide which found bargain beer hunters should head for the rural county of Herefordshire where locals pay just £3.10 for a pint.

But rip-off prices in London and Berkshire mean drinkers are being hammered by a 20% difference for their favourite tipple, splashing out £3.92, while beer fans in Sussex pay £3.66 and Surrey pub-goers hand over £3.63.

Equally hard to swallow is a 4.3% hike in the price of a pint rising from an average £3.31 last year to £3.46 today.

Overall, value for money beer is being served in northern counties with the average price in Yorkshire a palatable £3.15, just £3.20 in Derbyshire and Worcestershire and £3.22 in Cumbria and Shropshire.

And according to the latest edition of The Good Pub Guide, savvy drinkers should plump for pubs’ own brewed beer which can almost £1 cheaper, costing an average £2.98.

Guide editor Fiona Stapley said: “Ultimately breweries will charge what they want, and more importantly, what they can get away with! It’s as simple as that. Pub-goers in the South East and Home Counties will be prepared to pay more for beer than the North of England, or the South West, where salaries and wages are lower.

“For a cheaper pint, aim for a pub’s own brew if you can – on average 48p less.”

Research by the Guide also found drinkers’ pet hate was badly behaved children and screaming babies who ruined their day out.

While most pubs cater for family groups, parents who fail to keep their children in line left a bitter taste in other diners’ mouths.

One fed up boozer said: “Why are there undisciplined children who are allowed to run around unchecked, or screaming babies who aren’t taken outside to calm down?”

Another told the Guide: “My peaceful lunch by the fire with a pint was totally ruined by a child running around whooping and tripping up staff, and when asked to quieten down by the landlord, the poor man faced abuse from over-protective parents. Ridiculous.”

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