Before we begin our countdown, it's important to note exactly what criteria were used to determine each Premier League club's value when it comes to beer consumption.
For starters, though not every club sells draught beer, values are determined by the pint, meaning that if a club only sells bottled brews, the necessary calculations have been made to determine price by the pint.
Secondly, some clubs do entertain promotional deals during certain stages of a match event, but these prices pertain solely to the average pint sold at general stadium kiosks during playing time and not in hospitality booths.
When two or more clubs sell their pint for the same price, the next criterion priority is a club's cheapest matchday ticket according to BBC Sport. Should two or more teams still draw on that front, they are then organised using most expensive matchday ticket.
This is done due to the fact that, with the main interest being the cheapest outing possible, the most demanding teams find themselves slipping further down the rankings.
Finally, numbers were obtained with help from official club figures and representatives when available, but some of those prices included are based on the word of those consuming, who may or may not have been intoxicated at the time of comment.
Clubs don't necessarily control their prices and the figures are regularly enforced by alcohol companies, but that bears little significance to this rundown.
Without further ado, let's delve into just who sells the priciest drop in the land.