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The legal alcohol by volume, or ABV, for beer varies from state to state. For example, according to their respective departments of revenue, Colorado allows for the sale of beer with an ABV of 4 percent or lower, while Montana has a limit of either 8.75 percent for malt beverages or 14 percent for t


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.


Several online sources, such as Esquire.com, Thrillist and 11Points.com offer guides to non-alcoholic beers. Most guides rank a series of beers from best to worst, based on a variety of criteria, such as aroma, flavor and maltiness.


The average alcohol content of beer by volume is between 4 and 6 percent. Low-alcohol beers such may have 0.5 to 2 percent alcohol by volume, while stronger beers may have up to 12 percent.


The amount of calories in non-alcoholic beer will vary depending on the brand. Coors non-alcoholic beer, which actually contains 0.5 percent alcohol, contains as little as 66 calories in each 12 fluid ounce bottle according to Calorie King, while Beck's non-alcoholic beer contains as much as 143 cal


Natural Light beer has an alcohol content of 4.2 percent. Natural Light is brewed in Missouri by the Anheuser-Busch brewing company. There are approximately 100 calories per 12-ounce serving of Natural Light.


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.


The amount of sugar in alcohol varies depending on the drink. However, the sugar in an alcoholic drink often comes from the other ingredients rather than the alcohol itself.


A single 12-ounce beer is equivalent to a 1 1/2-ounce shot of hard alcohol, such as whiskey, vodka or rum. This same amount is equivalent to a 5-ounce glass of red or white wine.


In localities where the government controls the sale of alcohol, such as the state of Virginia and Montgomery County, Maryland, prices for alcoholic products are typically listed on the website of the agency responsible for alcohol control. Where private sales are legal, large distributors often lis