Healthy Living: Sober Bars

After a huge increase in the amount of alcohol Americans were downing, now there’s a shift happening at home and at the bar.

Research conducted by the beer company Heineken, found nearly 30% of 21- to 25-year-olds haven’t had a beer in the past month prompting businesses to embrace the mock-tail revolution.

Whitney Amman explained ‘sober bars’ in Healthy Living.

But, what about non-alcoholic beer?

Well, it turns out very few non-alcoholic beers contain no alcohol at all.

In the United States, to be labeled “alcohol-free,” beer may contain up to 0.5% ABV, or alcohol by volume.

Compare that to regular beer that contains around 5% ABV.

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