Whether you’re looking to watch your beer calories, or are simply wanting to get a better handle on what you’re putting in your body, there’s never a bad reason to seek out beer nutrition facts.
Beer companies aren’t legally obligated to share their nutrition information with you–but we aren’t most beer companies.
We Good Beer Folk pride ourselves on only using the purest, best quality ingredients in our beer, and our aim is so transparent that we readily share our beer nutrition facts right on our packaging. From our classic premium pilsner, to Steam Whistle Pale Ale, to our sister company Von Bugle and our partner brewery, Fat Tire, our nutrition labels speak loud and clear.
Take a look at what they’re saying, and let’s see how our brews stack up against other popular drinks.
How Many Calories in Steam Whistle Pilsner?
How Does That Compare With Other Drinks?
|Steam Whistle Pilsner||160||12g|
|Vodka & Cranberry Juice||172||18g|
|Rye & Coke||147||11g|
|Gin & Tonic||171||16g|
|Glass Of Red Wine||217||7g|
|Glass Of White Wine||190||11g|
There’s no need to obsess over every calorie, but having a general idea of how many calories in beer in comparison to other drinks will help you make healthier (or at least more informed) choices.
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