How much was a pint of beer in 1960?

How much was a pint of beer 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.

How much did a pint of beer cost in 1967?

The Price Of A Beer: 1952-2016

Year Price of Beer Adjusted for Inflation
1966 $0.75 $5.63
1967 $0.76 $5.54
1968 $0.79 $5.61
1969 $0.82 $5.58

How much was a pint of beer in 1989?


Period Value
1988 99
1989 108
1990 122
1991 137

How much was a pint of beer in 1962?

A loaf of white bread which would cost around 55p now would then have cost on average 11.5d (4.5 p). A pint of milk would have set you back 1 shilling 4d (6.5p) compared with 40p on average today. A copy of the Guardian costing 55p today would have cost just 4d (1.5p) and a pint of beer 2 shillings 4d (11.5p).

How much did milk cost in 1961?


Cost of a new home: $17,200.00
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.04
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $0.31
Cost of a dozen eggs: $0.57
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $0.49

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 was the average wage in 1962?

Indexing yearly income

Year Wage Index
1959 $3,855.80
1962 $4,291.40
1965 $4,658.72
1968 $5,571.76

What was the hourly wage in 1962?

Data in current dollars and constant 1996 dollars

Value of the minimum wage
Year Current dollars Constant (1996) dollars 1
1962 1.15 5.97
1963 1.25 6.41
1964 1.25 6.33

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