Labatt's Blue has a 5% alcohol content.
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beer101.com shows it at 5.4%
Pabst Blue Ribbon beer has 5.0 % alcohol content. check out the Related Links for more info on alcohol and calorie content for many beers... http://www.beer100.com/beercalories.htm
In Vermont, that I know of. Labatts, budwieser, bud light, pabst blue ribbon.
Brandy, beer, Baileys Irish Cream, brown ale, Blue bols, Bordeaux wine.
A 12 ounce Labatt Blue Beer bottle has 5.0%alcohol.
Given 9% alcohol by volume, 170 calories are attributable to alcohol content in an 11.2 oz serving. Based on the sweet (and delicious) taste, I'd estimate approximately 20 grams of sugar (carbohydrates) @ 4 calories per gram. Consequently, a reasonable estimate would be 250 calories per 11.2 oz serving. Compare this to Duvall (an excellent Belgium beer @8.5% ABV), 198 calories; 160 calories attributable to alcohol for an 11.2oz serving, and 9.5 grams attributable to carbohydrates. If you're on a low-carb diet, you should choose Duvall. As far as "buzz bang for you buck" you'll need to do the math (divide price per bottle by alcohol content) and make an informed choice.
Yes they do have beer in Canada, one of the famous brands is Labatt Blue.
he named his dog blue after a canadian beer labatt's blue.
Red, White, and Blue beer was around in the late 70's I believe to at least the mid 80's.
Answer: Hamm's Beer :-) Did you know:The Hamm's Brewing company is famous for its advertising jingle and its mascot, the Hamm's Beer bear.