Probably roughly corresponding to the % of household expenditure on this category?
It is expensive relative to buying equivalent products in UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and say California.It’s difficult to argue that booze is expensive.
I pay €6 for a bottle of Heineken in a pub and 75c for a bottle of Heineken in a supermarket.
Thats one of the theories about the lasting effect of the coronavirus that it will really kick off inflation this time due to supply shock, some ingredients and components will be in short supply due to the disruption to the supply chain. Of course we all know about the demand shock but that has been resolved by money printing and people getting paid even though not producing. Now demand coming back with the ending of furloughs but supply still constrained due to difficulties and costs in meeting the requirements for producing with social distancing.And there were less promotions on beer in the current crisis, though that may have been due to shortage on supply as more drunk at home.