Does Beer Contain Sodium?


Although most cans of beer do not state their sodium content, beer does contain sodium. There are some light beers that may have less sodium, but the average 12 ounce can of beer, has 11 milligrams of sodium.
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Beer does contain sodium. The amount of sodium that the beer contains will vary greatly from one beer to another.
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