What is the Average Cost of Beer? Average Beer Price
The average cost of a beer depends on if you are purchasing an individual beer, a case of beer and whether you are at a bar or retail store. An individual beer at a bar will generally cost someone between $1.50 to $5.00 with an average cost closer to $3 per beer. This can change based on promotions such as happy hours or specials for sporting events. At a store, buying a standard 30-pack case of beer will cost someone around $18-$20 for a case of domestic beer. Imported beer will usually be more expensive and comes in 24-pack, usually for around $25. All prices change from region to region based on the beer being purchased. The basic rule is that the further the beer has to travel to get to the consumer, the more expensive it will be.
+by Margaret Walker on Sat, 10/09/2010 - 22:05
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