How fattening is your favorite beer?

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Beck's Premier Light

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More than 50 billion pints of beer are consumed yearly in the US. That's a lot of cheering, chugging and celebration going on. But how many calories can you find in your favorite beers? Are you drinking too many calories?

DETAILS compares beers brand-by-brand to help you moderate your calorie consumption when choosing your favorite brews.

Beck's Premier Light
64 calories per 12 ounces

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Amstel Light
95 calories per 12 ounces

www.amstellight.com


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Anchor Porter

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Anchor Porter
209 calories per 12 ounces

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Budweiser

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Budweiser
145 calories per 12 ounces

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Coors

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Coors
149 calories per 12 ounces

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Corona Light

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Corona Light
105 calories per 12 ounces

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Corona Extra

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Corona Extra
148 calories per 12 ounces

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Guinness Draught

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Guinness Draught
125 calories per 12 ounces

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Lagunitas Pils

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Lagunitas Pils
180 calories per 12 ounces

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Magic Hat

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Magic Hat #9
146 calories per 12 ounces

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Michelob Original Lager

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Michelob Original Lager
155 calories per 12 ounces

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Miller High Life

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Miller High Life
143 calories per 12 ounces

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Miller Lite

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Miller Lite
96 calories per 12 ounces

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Red Stripe

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Red Stripe
153 calories per 12 ounces

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Rolling Rock

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Rolling Rock
132 calories per 12 ounces

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Sam Adams Boston Lager

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Sam Adams Boston Lager
175 calories per 12 ounces

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