Budweiser Calories

Budweiser is a 5% alcohol by volume pale lager from Anheuser Busch.  Known as “The King of Beers,”  Budweiser was first introduced by Adolphus Busch in 1876 and it’s still brewed with the same high standards today. Budweiser is a medium-bodied, flavorful, crisp American-style lager. Brewed with the best barley malt and a blend of premium hop varieties, it is an icon of core American values like optimism and celebration.

Budweiser calories are 145 per 12 ounce and 10.6 carbs.budweiser_4312

 

 

 

 

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  • Melanie Johnson

    You are seriously promoting people to get drunk? And don’t tell me that getting drunk is better than getting fat! Both have serious consequences on your body! Getting drunk can cause major liver damage/failure, heart damage/failure, kidney damage/failure, along with many other problems. Getting fat can cause heart damage/failure, kidney damage/failure, liver damage/failure, diabetes, and a host of other problems. Getting drunk is not better than getting fat, and getting fat is not better than getting drunk. I can’t believe a company such as yours would support a concept such as “Get drunk, not fat”. With this slogan, you are not helping yourselves in anyway, but only hurting your company. Absolutely stupid Budweiser.

    • Gary Hughes

      Melanie,
      The website is a very good one giving people info on which types of drink have the lowest carbs/sugar. These are the best types of alcohol to drink as even though they contain calories your body will burn alcohol calories very easily. It’s the heavy carb drinks that cause excess weight gain.
      To suggest this website is supporting getting drunk us very childish of you. You obviously have no sense of humour or don’t really understand the concept. The name is a bit of fun. But it’s a great resource for people who like to know the macros of what they are drinking….whether they are getting drunk or just enjoying a few sociables !

  • Michael Ercolano

    Melanie is 100% right. In addition guys, drinking (and almost all psychoactive drugs) suppresses testosterone levels. Low T = not good. They don’t tell you that in the beer ads though. And not only does alcohol have a lot of calories, it causes an insulin spike, which means you will store fat and not burn it. Also, when you drink, you get hungry and eat, and that food will be stored as fat. So you can still get fat from low carb drinks. Think about that next time crack a brew. Just sayin’.