PUBS, clubs and even supermarkets have been accused of fuelling binge drinking.
Happy hours, drinks promotions and supermarkets offering cans of cider for as little as 51p were blamed for escalating alcohol-related violence by the Licensed Victuallers' Association.
Brighouse-based association chairman Tony Payne told ministers at the House of Commons they were rightly concerned about binge drinking.
He said supermarkets, who now account for 39% of alcohol sales, slashed prices as low as 51p for a can of cider and 64p for export strength lager during the Euro 2004 Championship.
He said: "We have got a problem with supermarkets as well as public houses. It is something that has really got to be looked at."
Mr Payne's comment came as Luminar, one of the UK's biggest operators of clubs and bars, took steps to stop binge drinking in its bars.
The Luton-based company, which owns Chicago Rock, in Kirkgate, Huddersfield, and Jumping Jaks, in Folly Hall, wants a base rate for pricing to be introduced to stop firms selling drinks at very low prices.
Stephen Thomas, chief executive of Luminar, said: "We are the first operator to come forward with a meaningful solution to problem drinking and civil disorder.
"Basement alcohol prices would be an effective way of preventing the scenes of civil disorder in towns and cities across the country."
Police have also announced a crackdown on alcohol-fuelled violence with the introduction of on-the-spot fines for anti-social behaviour.
Mr Payne is also concerned about new licensing laws which could see alcohol being sold around the clock.
But he does not think anyone in Huddersfield will apply to serve customers 24 hours a day.
"I think a few pubs and bars might want to add an extra hour and maybe stop serving at midnight, but I just can't imagine anyone would want to open 24 hours.
"Maybe in the bigger cities like Leeds, Manchester and London 24-hour opening could work but not in Huddersfield."