Results have revealed that beer is the top choice for 11 of the 15 major cities surveyed, with Belfast, Brighton, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Norwich and Plymouth all having selected the drink.
From Hackney to Hammersmith, London is awash with pubs aplenty, which could explain why 18.8% of the capital chose beer as their number one. Home to the Great British Beer Festival, London turns into a mecca for beer lovers everywhere once a year, with people travelling from far and wide to sample the best artisan beers around.
It’s no surprise that the favourite drink as voted by 16.5% of Manchester residents was beer, given its booming beer scene. Flying the flag for the current craft beer revolution, Manchester is the birthplace of contemporary beer joints and microbreweries that offer a mind-boggling abundance of brilliant brews.
With beer taking the majority vote across the UK, we have looked into which city has the largest percentage of beer fans.
Coming out on top with 23.5% of the vote was Sheffield, which was 5.89% above the average percentage of 17.61% across all cities surveyed. Following Sheffield, Brighton comes in second at 23.30% which is 5.59% above the average.
Check out the top 5 beer fans ranked by city in our table below: