Brocker.Org: The 24 most expensive cities in the world to grab a beer at the local bar

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Buying a round of beers in any of these cities will put a dent in your wallet.Shutterstock/lornetGrabbing a beer at the local pub shouldn’t break the bank. But in some cities, making it a habit could quickly balloon into a sizable monthly cost. 

In Oslo, Norway, for instance, if you go out twice a week and buy two beers each time, you’ll end up spending more than $150 per month — probably more than your cell phone bill. 

Oslo happens to be the most expensive city in the world to grab a pint, according to a report by Deutsche Bank, but it’s not the only major city where a cold one will give your wallet the chills. In 23 other metropolises across the globe you’ll pay at least $5 on average for a beer at a local bar, including four cities in the US. 

The report sources prices from Expatistan, a site that tracks cost-of-living expenses in over 200 countries, for a “beer in a neighborhood pub (500 ml or 1 pint) in expat area” in nearly 50 cities. 

Here are the 24 most expensive cities where a beer at the local bar will set you back the most.  

All prices are in US dollars. Photos are of bars found in each city. 

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