There’s nothing better than a crisp beer to go with the football.
Unfortunately at most English grounds this isn’t possible as the beer is warm, flat, and expensive.
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Gooners pay the highest price for a jar of the amber nectar, with a pint setting them back £4.50, while Bournemouth fans pay the lowest, at £3.40.
But our Bundesliga counterparts are laughing their Bitburger-full heads off at us, and the price we have to pay for a cold one.
The most expensive pint in the Bundesliga can be found at Werder Bremen and costs £3.25, cheaper than our lowest offering in the Premier League.
The least expensive is a paltry £2.42, at Borussia Monchengladbach. You can get two for a fiver with change left over!