For many travelers, sampling a foreign country's beer can be the highlight of a trip. But just as the beer selection varies depending on what part of the world you're in, so does the price of a pint. If you're planning an international pub crawl, refer to the graphic below to see how far your dollar will get you in 63 countries.

Amica put together this list of beer prices around the world using a U.S. dollar as the standard monetary benchmark and a 568-milliliter pint to represent one glass of beer. No one part of the world has a monopoly on cheap beer, according to the chart: In Paraguay, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Ukraine, and Nigeria, you can get full pints for $1 or close to it.

Sadly, in other countries that same amount of cash will barely afford you a sip. Iceland has the most expensive brews, with an average pint there selling for $12.75. Norway comes out as the second-most expensive place for beer-drinkers, with beer costing $11.30 on average, followed by the United Arab Emirates at $10.83 and Israel at $9.43 a pint.

Nearly $13 for a beer sounds pricey, but that's affordable compared to some other novelty beers that have hit the market. If you're looking to spend upwards of $100 on a single bottle, there are breweries around the world that can help you out.