A standard can of beer is 12 ounces and consists of approximately 5 percent alcohol. Beer also comes in larger cans of 16, 24, or 40 ounces. More »

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In the United States, the most common beer bottle holds 12 ounces of beer. There are also less common beer sizes, which include 11, 22, 24 and 25.4 ounces. A single serving of beer usually refers to 12 ounces in America ... More »

A keg of beer holds about 1,900 fluid ounces. Kegs are also known as half-barrels and contain 15.5 gallons. A full barrel of beer is the equivalent of 31 gallons. A keg produces 124 pints, 165 twelve-ounce servings or ap... More »

The average sodium content in beer is 14 milligrams per standard can of 12 fluid ounces. Beer has, on average, 12 grams of carbohydrates and 1.5 grams of protein. There are 153 calories in a can of beer. Beer does not co... More »

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While alcohol such as wine has been known to elevate levels of the "good" cholesterol HDL, beer and other liquor do not have a significant effect on any type of cholesterol. Beer consumption does have an impact on HDL le... More »

The number of ounces in a standard pitcher of beer depends on the size of the pitcher. Restaurant suppliers sell beer pitchers that have capacities of 32 ounces, 48 ounces or 60 ounces of beer, with most bars and restaur... More »

A 12-ounce can of Mountain Dew contains the equivalent of about a dozen packets of sugar. A 20-ounce bottle contains the equivalent of approximately 19 ½ packets of sugar. More »