The alcohol content of a 12-ounce serving of Miller Lite beer is 4.2 percent by volume. There are 96 calories in Miller Lite. Other Miller brand beers have alcohol contents in the range between 4.2 and 5.5 percent.Continue Reading
Miller High Life has the highest alcohol content by volume at 5.5 percent and also contains 156 calories. A brand of beer that has the highest alcohol by volume content is Samuel Adams Triple Buck at 17.5 percent.
There are two methods to measure beer alcohol content, which are alcohol by percent of volume and alcohol by percent of weight. In Europe and the United Kingdom, the content of alcohol in beer is given in percentage by volume. However, in the United States, large breweries can give this in alcohol by percent of weight. Typically, a beer that is listed as 4 percent by volume is equivalent to 3.2 percent by weight.Learn more about Beer
The alcohol content by weight of regular Budweiser beer is 3.92 percent; the alcohol content by volume is 4.99 percent. The content of the beer is usually around 5.5 percent before it is weakened with the addition of water.Full Answer >
As of 2015, Miller Lite has 96 calories per 12-ounce serving, according to brewer MillerCoors. Miller Lite is also sold in a 16-ounce aluminum pint container that contains 128 calories. Restaurants typically serve draft beer in 16-ounce pint glasses.Full Answer >
Different brands and types of beer typically contain 3 to 10 percent alcohol by volume, or ABV. Pilsner, for example, has 3 to 6 percent ABV, and Stout has 5 to 10 percent ABV.Full Answer >
The alcohol content of Miller High Life is 5.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV). Miller High Life also contains 156 calories per 12-ounce serving, with 11 grams of carbohydrates per serving.Full Answer >