Nutrition and DietCalories in non-alcoholic beer

Calories in non-alcoholic beer

Caloric content of non-alcoholic beer and information on the calories(kilocalories) provided by a bottle and a glass of non-alcoholic beer.

The beer is a healthy drink from a nutritional point of view, as long as it is consumed in moderation if you choose to drink alcoholic variety.

It is a suitable drink from a nutritional point of view because it is made with cereals such as barley, hops, malt and brewer’s yeast, and provides vitamins of group B (such as vitamin B1, B2 and B3), and minerals (highlighting the potassium, magnesium, calcium and sodium).

The most recommended? Clearly opt for the alcohol-free version, or even the new 0.0 (especially if we take into account that the so-called alcohol-free beer originally has 1% alcohol). If you want to know more about it, in a previous note we analyzed the differences between non-alcoholic beer and 0.0 beer, discovering the nutritional contribution of each drink.

Whether you follow a weight loss diet or if you like to know more about the caloric content of the different drinks and foods that you drink and eat every day, a great option is to find out what the calories are in non-alcoholic beer.

Caloric content of non-alcoholic beer

Although it was originally called by the name of non-alcoholic beer, the truth is that in it we find 1% alcohol, approximately between 0.4º and 0.6º.

It is a minimum amount of alcohol, much less than what, for example, we find in a normal beer (which reaches 5º), but therefore its calorie content tends to be somewhat higher than 0.0 beer:

  • 1 small bottle of non-alcoholic beer provides 70 calories.
  • 1 glass of non-alcoholic beer (200 cc.) Provides 51 calories.

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