How many units of alcohol in a 275ml bottle of becks?

A 275 ml bottle of Beck’s with an ABV of 4.8% has 1.3 units and 113 calories.

The UK’s Chief Medical Officers' (CMO) recommended that both men and women are safest not to regularly drink more than 14 units a week. Six pints of 4% ABV beer will put you over the CMO alcohol unit guidelines.

If you regularly drink over these guidelines, you could be increasing your chances of developing long-term health conditions. Find out more about the effects of alcohol.

Alcohol is made by fermenting and distilling natural starch and sugar. This means that lager can contain a lot of calories. For instance, a pint of lager with 4% ABV can contain 180 calories, similar to a slice of pizza.

Lager, like any kind of alcohol, can stimulate the appetite and make calorific post-pub fare like kebabs and chips look really appealing.

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