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10 Low Calorie Beers for the New Year

Losing weight is the most popular new year’s resolution. These low calorie beers will help you obtain your health goals while still indulging in your favourite drink!

10 Low Calorie Beers for the New Year

New year, new you! If one of your new year’s resolutions is to be healthy, lose weight, count calories, etc. then this list of beers is for you! Here are 8 beers (5 under 100 calories) to drink to fulfil your healthy new year’s resolutions.


10 Best Low Calorie Beers


Budweiser Select 55Anheuser-Busch InBevBudweiser_Select55

Budweiser Select 55 is a light lager with aroma notes of toasted malts and subtle hopping. With only 55 calories, this beer is a great way to shed that holiday weight. If you’re not fond of a 2.4% ABV, grab a bottle of Budweiser Select. The original Select beer contains 99 calories with an ABV% of 4.3

Calories: 55 | ABV%: 2.4


Bikini BeerEvil Twin BrewingEvil_Bikini

This light-bodied pale ale Bikini Beer is surprisingly not thin whatsoever. A lovely hop aroma on the nose leads into a completely balanced body. You’ll have a well-balanced bikini body yourself, if you make this your nightly sip throughout spring.

Calories: 80 | ABV%: 2.7


Ultimate Light Golden LagerOmission BeerOmission_Light

Omission’s Ultimate Light Golden Ale is smooth, easy-drinking and full of flavour. With only 5 carbs and 99 calories, this beer is perfect to help you with your new year’s resolutions.

Calories: 99 | ABV%: 4.2


Yuengling Light LagerYuengling Beer

This is an exceptional brew for anyone who doesn’t want to sacrifice character for a low-calorie light beer. Masterfully developed to maintain the full flavour profile akin to the flagship lager brand, but has only 99 calories!

Calories: 99 | ABV%: 3.2


Corona LightAnheuser-Busch Inbev1st-republic-brewing-company-corona-light_1477953503

Corona Light is light-bodied, dry and crisp. The same great refreshing taste you expect from Corona Extra, with a little less alcohol and calories. The perfect beer to sip on the beach while still keeping a lean figure!

Calories: 99 | ABV%: 3.7


Cariboo Light LagerCariboo Brewingpacific-western-brewing-co-cariboo-light-lager_1496773662

Cariboo Light Lager has a dry character with no aftertaste and no bitter notes. It to be the #1 selling light beer in BC. This Light Lager is a low alcohol replica of Cariboo’s Award Winning Genuine Draft, without compromising that same satisfying finish. The 4% alcohol brew is made from pure BC spring water for maximum refreshment any time for only 100 calories!

Calories: 100 | ABV%: 4


Genesee LightGenesee Brewing Companygenesee-brewing-company-genesee-light_1497657350

Genesee Light is a true light beer. If you’re looking for a smooth-drinking, refreshing, light-bodied beer with under 101 calories, then Genesee Light is for you.

Calories: 100 | ABV%: 3.6


Keystone PremiumMiller CoorsKeystone_Premium

This member of the Keystone family is a high quality lager. With only 111 calories, Keystone Premium is a good beer to drink without feeling guilty.

Calories: 111 | ABV%: 4.4


Extra DryStillwater Artisanal Alesstillwater-artisanal-ales-extra-dry_1492707293

Many saison beers are great low-cal beer options because the yeasts in them “eats” away at a lot of the residual sugars. This slightly tart saison is brewed with rice and designed to mimic the subtle and drinkable flavours of sake. Citrusy and a tad zesty like a cucumber, you can think of it like drinking a salad.

Calories: 115 | ABV%: 3.8


Samuel Adams LightBoston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)samuel-adams-sam-adams-light_1468362193

Sam Adams Light is not just a lighter version of the Samuel Adams Boston Lager but rather the culmination of over two years of tireless research and brewing trials that proved to be worth the wait. It features a crisp and smooth roasted malt finish without any lingering bitterness, leaving you yearning for that next sip. The best part? Samuel Adams Light contains only 119 calories. The perfect beer when you’re craving just one.

Calories: 119 | ABV%: 4.3


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Highest Calorie Beers

If you’re not necessarily trying to lose weight but just want to be more health conscious, here is a list of some of the higher calorie beers that you might want to stay away from:


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