How Many Calories are in Beer?
A list of popular beer brands and styles along with a chart of how many calories are in each.
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A standard drink is considered to be a 12oz pour in the United States. The chart below shows some common examples of beers and the amount of calories in each. It should come as no surprise (hopefully) that the more alcohol in beer, the more calories it will have.
One thing to keep in mind is the type of glass that you are drinking from and how full that is when counting calories. For example, an Imperial Pint contains more liquid than the standard pint, and thus, a higher caloric value. The type of beer will also give you a clue to how many calories it may have, as different beer styles tend to result in different caloric loads, on average.
If you're here because you like beer but want the least amount of calories in your serving, check out our list of the best low-calorie beers. We also have you covered if you want to know what the best light beers are.
|Beer Name||Calories (per 12oz)|
|Budweiser Select 55||55|
|Dogfish Head Slightly Mighty Lo-Cal IPA||100|
|Michelob Ultra or Miller Lite||100|
|Night Shift Nite Lite||120|
|Guinness Draught Stout||130|
|Bud Light Platinum||140|
|Miller Genuine Draft||140|
|Miller High Life||140|
|Pabst Blue Ribbon Original||140|
|Sam Adams Cold Snap||154|
|Hard Mountain Dew||170|
|Blue Moon Belgian White||170|
|Shock Top Belgian White||170|
|Sierra Nevada Pale Ale||180|
|Samuel Adams Boston Lager||180|
|Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA||190|
|Victory Golden Monkey||260|
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