Becks Non-Alcoholic Beer Calories is a good resource for finding out just how much beer calories you burn. The calories come from the calories in the alcohol rather than the calories in the beer itself.
It’s a good resource because for a drink, you need to consume a good deal of calories to get the body’s metabolism going. For example, a 12 ounce glass of Red Bull burns about 400 calories. So, if you drink your 12 ounce Red Bull, you burn 400 calories. For each pound you gain on average, you gain about a pound of weight. So I say if it’s going to give you calories, it’s better to just buy a beer and drink it.
I’m not a beer drinker, but I do like the idea of being able to avoid the “calories in the alcohol” argument. That is to say, if you do something that requires high calorie intake, you need to get a lot of calories to do it (like getting a full-fledged burp into a beer). However, that argument doesn’t necessarily apply to me. I don’t drink Red Bull, I do like to drink beer. I drink a lot of beer.
Alcohol and calories are two different areas. Alcohol is a very low calorie drink, and I am very proud of my low calories intake. My biggest calorie mistake has been when I’ve had a second or third beer before I go to sleep because I’m so drunk I can’t even remember what day it is. So I try to keep these things in mind when I decide whether or not to drink.
You can drink a lot of alcohol without actually being drunk, but calories? Not so much. To calculate calories from alcohol, we use the unit of alcohol, which is ounces. The unit of the alcohol calories is ounces per bottle. So, one bottle of beer has about 7.5 ounces of calories. Another bottle has about 12 ounces, and 4 bottles of beer has about 25 ounces of calories.
One bottle of beer has about 3,000 calories. Two bottles of beer have about 5,000 calories. Three bottles of beer have about 7,000 calories. Two bottles of beer have about 8,000 calories. Three bottles of beer have about 9,000 calories. Four bottles of beer have about 10,000 calories. Four bottles of beer have about 11,000 calories.
Now that you know it, you probably can’t stop thinking about it. How about adding a little bit of spice to your next drink? Becks bottles are a bit more than your typical non-alcoholic beer, so they’ll have a touch of spice. A one-eighth ounce of Becks is about 3,100 calories, and a one-quarter ounce is about 3,300 calories.
That’s about $6 per one-eighth of a Becks beer. So if you think about it, these calories add up, even if you’re really careful about what you drink.
It’s a little known fact that Becks is the biggest source of calories we eat. You can easily add another one-eighth or one-fourth ounce of Becks per day to your diet if you don’t want a big belly.
Becks is an alcoholic beer made with a lot of hops. But that doesn’t mean that you need to drink Becks all of the time. You can drink Becks in small amounts, or even use Becks in small amounts when you have a beer or wine.