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Does My Butt Look Big In This Beer?

Posted by Bob Skilnik on September 11, 2008

Bob Skilnik

Bob Skilnik

COMING SPRING, 2009!

Does My Butt Look Big In This Beer?
Nutritional Values of 2,000 Worldwide Beers

 

— Bob Skilnik —

aka, The Low-Carb Bartender

 

Pick up a candy bar, a bag of potato chips, or even your kid’s favorite sugar-coated breakfast cereal and you can refer to a Nutrition Facts label that gives you the kind of nutritional information that you, the consumer, deserves to know.
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But pick up a bottle of your favorite beer, and unless it’s a low-calorie or low-carbohydrate brew with a federally-required Nutrition Facts label emblazoned on it, you have no idea what, if any, nutritional components are in your favorite stout, porter, bock, wheat beer or even a simple American-style pilsner beer.

 

But no longer. Whether you’re counting calories, carbs or even Weight Watchers® Points®, here’s the nutritional information for over 1,800 worldwide beers that you can enjoy in moderation!

Moderation, not deprivation
Also by Bob Skilnik

 

The Low-Carb Bartender:
Carb Counts For Beer, Wine, Mixed Drinks And More

 

The Drink Beer, Get Thin Diet:
A Low-Carbohydrate Approach

 

101 Ways To Cut Fats And Carbs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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