Starting next month, Bud Light and other macro beer manufacturers will begin voluntarily including serving facts labels and ingredients on all packaging. It appears to be part of an effort to capitalize on consumer trends toward low and no-calorie beverages for those who are concerned about health, particularly weight gain. As the story mentions, “[a craft beer like] Two Hearted Ale has 7 percent alcohol by volume; Bud Light has 4.2 percent [but] there’s a good chance people don’t drink as much of the former as the latter in one sitting.”

Related (especially if you don’t care about calories/health): 23 Beers You Must Try at Beer Advocate’s Upcoming Extreme Beer Fest Boston 
Related (if you do care about calories/health): As Americans Dink Less Alcohol, Booze Makers Look Beyond the Barrel


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