I went to a party last night and bought some Beck's Premier Light. 64 calories in it and 2.3% alc. by volume. I was wondering how to interpret this. I'm pretty sure that less alcohol is better, but I was wondering where does this rank as compared to other beers. I'm not sure what the standard acohol % is in beer, but I'm thinking it's somewhere around 4%.
Anyway, does this mean that 2 of these is equal to one regular beer with 4.6% or does it not work that way. Although I don't plan to tear up a case or anything, I was just wondering where something this low would stand in the rules of what constitutes one drink. Thanks.