- 1 What was the price of a pint of beer in 2000?
- 2 How much was a pint of lager in 1973?
- 3 How much was a pint of beer in 1966?
- 4 How much was a pint of beer in 1945?
- 5 How much is a pint of Guinness 2020?
- 6 How much was a pint 1986?
- 7 How much did a TV cost in 1973?
- 8 How much did stuff cost in 1973?
- 9 How much was a beer in 1970?
- 10 How much did a pint of beer cost in 1971?
- 11 How much was a pint of beer in 1976?
- 12 How much was a pint of beer in 1977?
- 13 How much did a beer cost in 1940?
- 14 How much was a pint in 1981?
- 15 How much was a pint in 1960?
What was the price of a pint of beer in 2000?
How much was a pint of lager in 1973?
Decades of inflation have meant the price of a pint of lager is now 20 times what it was 40 years ago. It may be hard to believe at a time when a pint costs around £2.87, but in 1973 you would only have to shell out 14 pence for one, according to Lloyds Bank’s analysis of Office for National Statistics figures.
How much was a pint of beer in 1966?
A pint was 6d in 1920, 9d in 1955, 1s 10d in 1966 and 12.5p in 1971 when decimalisation was introduced.
How much was a pint of beer in 1945?
Draught beer prices 1939 – 1948
|Draught beer prices per pint (d) 1939 – 1948|
How much is a pint of Guinness 2020?
The average cost of a pint in the UK has risen by 24p to £3.94 during 2020 – an increase of 6%, or four times the rate of inflation, according to new research.
How much was a pint 1986?
The latest published data relate to March 1993 and give draught bitter at 132 pence per pint and draught lager at 149 pence per pint. BEER PRICES.
|Average April price (pence)|
How much did a TV cost in 1973?
Buying power of $300 since 1950
|Year||USD Value||Inflation Rate|
How much did stuff cost in 1973?
Cost of Living – 1973 vs. 2008 – Things aren’t that bad!
|Item||Price in 1973|
|Average home price||$32,500|
|Average family income per year||$12,900|
|Average monthly rent||$175|
|A dozen eggs||45 cents|
How much was a beer in 1970?
Here’s what a six-pack of beer cost the year you were born
|Year||Avg. 6-pack price:||Inflation adjusted:|
How much did a pint of beer cost in 1971?
How much did things cost in 1971?
|1971 price||Inflation adjusted|
|Bottle of whisky (Haig)||£2.53||£25.00|
|Pint of beer (Whitbread Tankard)||16p||£1.60|
|Pint of milk||5p||50p|
How much was a pint of beer in 1976?
A pint of beer cost 32p. A loaf of bread was 19p.” We’d just voted to stay in Europe, Raleigh Choppers were all the rage and there was a record-breaking heatwave. How does 1976 compare to 2016?
How much was a pint of beer in 1977?
The Office of National Statistics says you cannot compare like with like. In 1977 it priced a pint bottle of beer, not draught. Even so, it was less than 40p, compared with closer to £3 a pint today – a rise of 618%.
How much did a beer cost in 1940?
The 1940s: $3.55 per Keg.
How much was a pint in 1981?
Volume 1: debated on Thursday 26 March 1981
|Pint of beer (typical price)||11½||51 (March)|
|Bottle of whisky (typical price)||£2·47½||£6·30 March|
|20 cigarettes (filter tip)||26 October||78 (February)|
How much was a pint in 1960?
The average house price was £2,530 while a pint of beer cost 8p, a loaf of bread 5p and a packet of 20 cigarettes would set you back just less than 25p. A season ticket to see Manchester United in 1960, when Sir Matt Busby was manager and Sir Bobby Charlton a star player, cost £8.50.