Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

New Brews Sacrifice Alcohol, Flavor to Save Calories

Montag 2. November 2009 von htm

U.S. brewers are promoting a new class of ultra-low calorie beers that have lower alcohol content than typical mass-marketed full-strength and light brews, the Associated Press reported Oct. 27.
Budweiser has about 150 calories and 5 percent alcohol, while typical light beers have 100 calories and 4 percent alcohol. However, the new Miller Genuine Draft 64 has only 64 calories, while Anheuser-Busch’s Select 55 has just 55 calories. Both contain less than 3 percent alcohol. (Source: Join Together, 30.10.09)

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