Knowing the calories in beer is ideal for knowing the caloric content of alcoholic beer (blonde or dark) and non-alcoholic beer.
The beer, as with wine (benefits of wine) is an extremely healthy and natural drink that, although alcohol contains (usually in an amount less than other alcoholic beverages all they bring are empty calories), contains a good variety of benefits and interesting properties for the body.
While it is true that its alcoholic content can lead to it containing a greater number of calories than if we opted for a non-alcoholic beer (or any other healthy and natural drink), and although there is the erroneous belief that a person who is following a weight loss diet cannot actually consume it, as it contains very little alcohol it can be consumed in a moderate way to be able to enjoy all its virtues.
The beer can be consumed within a balanced diet, thanks to its high content of vitamins and minerals. However, due to its alcohol content, many nutritionists even advise opting for either non-alcoholic beers or the new 0,0 beers; which maintain all the flavor of the beer but do not have the 1% that alcoholic beers do.
Regarding whether it is advisable to drink beer when following a weight loss diet, due to the caloric content provided by a beer with alcohol, it is best to also opt for the non-alcoholic version or the new 0.0.
Therefore, it may be useful to know how many calories we find in a beer.
Calorie content of beer
In the following lines we indicate how many kilocalories a glass of beer contributes depending on the variety of beer with alcohol (5º blonde and 8º black), the non-alcoholic version and the new 0.0.
|Per 100 g.
|By glass or cane
|Alcohol-free (0.4º – 0.9º)