Question by  Marlon (21)

What is the alcohol content in liquor store beer?


Answer by  Bob3782 (161)

Different states have different laws about what is defined as beer and what is called a malt liquor. Malt liquors have higher amounts of alcohol. Most beers have close to 5% alcohol by volume. Some beers go as high as 8% or as low as 3%. That is about the average range you would find in a liquor store.


Answer by  Brett (7986)

It depends on the type of beer you are buying, as beers can range in alcohol content between 3% and 7%.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Liquor store beer could be many things. If you had given particular brand I could give you a specific answer. Alcohol content varies widely by manufacturer. Most beers tend to be around 5% alcohol by volume.


Answer by  tessamalk (466)

Alcohol content doesn't vary based on where you buy the beer, but on the brand and variety of beer you're buying. The bottle should tell you what proof it is.


Answer by  beerdude (21)

Alcohol content in beer varies among all brands of beer. Beer that you buy at the grocery store has the same amount of alcohol content as the beer you buy at a liquor store, although liquor stores do tend to carry brands of beer that have a higher alcohol content.

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