Comparison of energy, carbohydrates, and alcohol in some common beverages

Table
Comparison of energy, carbohydrates, and alcohol in some common beverages*
beverage typical volume
(fl oz)** energy (kcal) carbohy-
drates (g) alcohol (g)
beer 12 100-150 3-15 12
club soda 12 0 0 0
cocktails 3.5 120-180 4-8 18-24
colas 12 150 40 0
colas, diet 12 2 0 0
ginger ale 12 120 30 0
milk, whole 8 150 11 0
milk, skim 8 85 12 0
spirits 1.5 100-120 0 15-17
wine, dessert 3.5 130-160 4-12 11
wine, dry 3.5 70-80 3-4 11
*These are representative values; individual drinks may have values outside the ranges indicated.
**1 fl oz = 28.35 ml
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