Is Alcohol Expensive In Norway?

Can you drink alcohol in Norway?

To buy wine or beer in Norway, the minimum age is 18 years.

For spirits, it is 20 years.

Beer can be found in most shops, but is only sold before 8 pm on weekdays or 6 pm on Saturdays.

For wine, spirits or strong beer, you must visit one of the Vinmonopolet outlets, found in most large cities and towns..

How much does alcohol cost in Norway?

Drink prices in Norway Cappuccino or late costs 40-50 NOK / 5-6 EUR. Beer prices at a café usually start around 70-80 NOK/ 8-9 EUR. Non-alcoholic beer costs around 60 NOK/ 7 EUR. The cheapest bottle of wine at a restaurant costs from around 400 NOK/ 45 EUR.

What does a beer cost in Norway?

COUNTRYAverage Pint Price ( in Euro)Average Pint Price ( in Pound)Sweden€5.9£5Italy€4.5£3.81Denmark€5.5£4.70Norway€7.08£6.0032 more rows

Can you buy alcohol in supermarkets in Norway?

Buying alcohol in Norway Even when you can buy beer from a supermarket, the options are limited. Unless you go to a bar, buying any kind of alcohol in Norway above 4.7% ABV must be done at the state-run alcohol store.