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Miller Coors lists the ingredients in Coors Light as water, barley malt, corn, yeast and hops. Coors Light came out in 1978 and it has 4.2 percent alcohol by volume.


A 12-ounce can of Coors Light does not have any sugar in it though it does have 102 calories as well as 5 grams of carbohydrates. The calorie count is also lower than a standard beer.


The Coors Light mini keg contains 1.5 gallons of beer, which is about 16 12-ounce servings. The average price of the Coors Light mini keg is $20, so the per beer cost is somewhere around $1.25 per serving.


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


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.


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.


Mayo Clinic notes that alcoholism is a serious, chronic disease characterized by negative medical, social and personal consequences caused by an inability to control intake. The condition is influenced by genetics, social pressure and other environmental factors and an ever-increasing physical depen


Signs of alcoholism may include the inability to control alcohol consumption, the tendency to hide drinking or to drink alone and a strong urge to drink, as listed by Mayo Clinic. Alcoholics may also have built up a tolerance to alcohol, so that more is needed for the same effect.


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.