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Beer Calories, Wine and Alcohol Calorie and Carbs

Beer Calories, Wine and Alcohol Calorie and Carbs
The GDNF database contains the calorie and carb content for all the major brands and types of beer, wine and alcoholic beverages. To find the lowest calorie drinks sort by the calorie header. The default view sorts the beverages by the percentage of calories derived from alcohol, as opposed to sugary fillers and other high calorie and carb additives. Our guide to calories in beer, wine and mixed drinks is the most comprehensive, accurate alcohol nutritional fact information on the web. Maximize your buzz – while minimizing your caloric intake – by choosing beverages with the highest ratio of alcohol to calories. You can also search and sort the chart by beverage type –e.g. beer, wine, etc. or by you favorite brand.

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