It’s not a requirement (yet) but Miller64 will soon have nutritional labeling according to the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. You still with me? Much like familiar food labels, the beer label will cover information about serving size, servings per container and alcohol content (abv). Light beers are already required to disclose calories, carbs, protein and fat. Regular beers are not required to divulge nutritional information.
Depending on consumer reaction, MillerCoors may extend the nutritional labeling to other product lines.