Beer vs Gin: Nutrition Showdown

Where is more calories, protein, carbs - what is more healthy?

Beer - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition
Beer - calories, kcal, weight, nutrition

Gin vs Beer: Nutrition Comparison

per 100gBeerGin
Calories43 231
Water91.96 g66.6 g
Iron0.02 mg0.04 mg
Phosphorus0.02 mg4 mg
Potassium27 mg2 mg
Sodium4 mg1 mg
Zink0.02 mg0.04 mg
Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine)0.005 mg0.006 mg
Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin)0.025 mg0.004 mg
Vitaminium B3 (Niacin)0.513 mg0.013 mg
Vitaminium B60.046 mg0.001 mg

Less Calories in Beer

At first glance, you can see that in beer is much less calories than in gin.

Beer has 43 kcal per 100g and gin 231 kcal per 100g so it is pretty easy to calculate that the difference is about 437%.

In beer and in gin most calories came from carbs.

See tables below to compare beer with gin in details.

Beer And Gin Nutrition Difference

  • Calories:
    gin - 437% more than beer
  • Water:
    beer - 38% more than gin

Calories source

  • 89% CARBS.
  • 11% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

Calories source

  • 0% CARBS
  • 0% PROTEIN
  • 0% FAT

Vitamins: gin vs beer

  • Vitaminium B1 (Thiamine):
    gin - 20% more than beer
  • Vitaminium B2 (riboflavin):
    beer - 525% more than gin
  • Vitaminium B3 (Niacin):
    beer - 3846% more than gin
  • Vitaminium B6:
    beer - 4500% more than gin

Minerals: beer vs gin

  • Iron:
    gin - 100% more than beer
  • Phosphorus:
    gin - 19900% more than beer
  • Potassium:
    beer - 1250% more than gin
  • Sodium:
    beer - 300% more than gin
  • Zink:
    gin - 100% more than beer
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All information about nutrition on this website was created with help of information from the official United States Department of Agriculture database.

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