Boston is one of the most expensive cities in the world to buy a beer

Boston, MA 06/13/ 07  Bar tender Pete Burton pours a pint of Sam Adams lager beer in a glass designed by Sam Adams for specific use with their lager. Burton works at the Sunset Bar in the Allston section of Boston, MA on Wednesday, June 13, 2007. (John Bohn / Globe Staff)  section: LIVING;  slug: 14glass;  reporter: Joseph Kahn
A bartender pours a pint of beer at the Sunset Bar in Allston. –John Bohn / Globe Staff

Grabbing a beer in Boston costs a pretty penny, according to data collected by Deutsche Bank.

Business Insider shared a list created by Deutsche analysts that shows how much it costs to get a beer in 47 cities around the world. While a few cities like Prague ($1.30), Johannesburg ($1.70), and Lisbon, Portugal ($2.00) offer beer that costs two dollars or less on average, Boston ranked fifth overall, averaging $7.20 for a pint, according to the Deutsche analysis.

The three most expensive cities on the list are Oslo, Norway ($9.90), Singapore ($9.00), and Hong Kong ($7.70).

Among the four American cities included in the report, Boston was the second-most expensive, behind New York City ($7.40), but ahead of San Francisco ($6.20) and Chicago ($5.30).