A recent infographic shows how long a worker in a given country would need to work (in hours) at minimum wage to afford a half-liter mug of beer at a bar or restaurant in their country.
The lowest hours-to-beer ratio is in Puerto Rico (0.2 hours per beer). The highest is in Georgia (the European nation) where it takes 15.1 hours at minimum wage to buy a beer. The United States is toward the lower end of the scale at 0.4 hours for a beer.
For the full list of countries and time, see the post on Quartz.