Q: How many calories in the average bottle of beer?
A: There 131 calories in the average bottle of beer. The number of calories and carbohydrates in beer depends on numerous factors but a general rule to follow is the darker the beer the more calorie-dense. Dark ales and heavy beers are heavy on taste and on Light beer is not only light on the alcohol but on the calories too. With around 50 calories less per drink it adds up when you have a few.
What is low calorie beer?
Beer doesn’t get a good wrap when it comes to health and wellbeing with the term beer belly being thrown around. But a study actually revealed that beer drinkers had a lower blood pressure than those who drank spirits. Beers contain several B vitamins as well as calcium, magnesium and selenium. Generally speaking the darker the beer the more calorie-dense it is, so steer clear of dark ales.
Is low calorie beer low in carbs?
There isn’t a strong correlation between low-calorie beers and low carbohydrate beers. Some low carb beers actually have more calories than low-calorie beers as more sugar and grains are used in the brewing process.
In Australia, we’re known for having some colourful language for each different glass size.
- Pony 140ml
- Middie 285ml
- Bottle 345ml
- Stubbie/Can 375ml
- Schooner 450ml
- Pint 570ml
Here is a list of the lowest calorie beers in order.
Tooheys New, 250ml Bottle
Pure Blonde, 355ml Bottle
Tooheys Extra Dry, 345ml Bottle
XXXX Gold, 375ml Can
Coopers Pale Ale, 375ml Bottle
Stone and Wood Pacific Ale, 330ml
Carlton Draught, 375ml Bottle
Peroni Nastro Azzurro, 330ml Bottle
Victoria Bitter (VB), 375ml Can
Corona, 355ml Bottle
Crown Lager, 375ml Bottle
Little Creatures Pale Ale, 330ml
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