The beer alcohol content varies according to state laws. Each state has the jurisdiction to determine the legal amount for their area.
"less than 0.5 % alcohol by volume" i.e., could be none.
6% it WAS 5% by weight which is about 6.25% by volume. MS legislature just passed law (April 2012) that raised it to 8% by weight, which is about 10% by volume.
i know 3.2% in these states Oklahoma kansas Colorado 6.0% in these states Texas Mississippi California 5.5% in these states New York state Arkansas 12% in New Mexico 16.5% in …Maine
Yes, some states as low as 3.2%, some federal max cap 12.5 or 13%
You have to be more specific. What kind of beer? And where? Some states are run by Fascist pig-dogs and limit alcohol content by Imperial decree. Some breweries, like Bud, add… a drop of yellow food coloring in a bottle of tap water and call it "Select 55", which I think is less than 2% ABV. Some of the better domestic breweries, like Dogfishhead and Sam Adams, have specialty beers exceeding 15% ABV. Now that's a real beer. It will give you the alcohol-fueled ability to beat the crap of out anyone drinking Bud 55 in Utah, guaranteed.
Yes, some states put very little regulation on that. While some states like Oklahoma still have on there books old prohibition laws which limits the alcohol content in beer so…ld in grocery stores and convenience to 3.2% by weight/4% by volume. Beer above 3.2/4% has to be sold in liquor stores with other spirits.
13.9 and not only that it is legal to drink underage so long as there is a parent present and you have their consent. This is so the parents can make sure their kids don't dri…nk themselves stupid.
The alcohol content of Coors beer varies on the type of Coors style beer you are drinking. For example, Coors original and Coors extra gold are 5.0% in alcohol content whi…le Coors light is only 4.2% in alcohol content.
The alochol content will depend on what beer you are buying at that time some beers will be as low as 3.2% as a low end standard of beer production (i.e. Coors bud miller ect.…....). But if your purchasing beer from any of the many many micro brewed beers you will have a alchol content that can be much higher, which is usually around 4.8% and up to 13% depending on O.G. And F.G. of the beer you select. The bottom line is to check the label on the can bottle ect. or ask your server at the bar what the alcohol content is, so you can be sure of what the alcohol levels are in your next flavor-full beer!
In New Mexico there is no limit on the alcohol content of beer.