Why aren't alcoholic beverages required to have nutritional labels?!

Question: Why aren't alcoholic beverages required to have nutritional labels!?
I realize they're regulated by the ATF and not the FDA, but still!.!.!. It'd be helpful to know how much I need to jog in the morning to get rid of these bourbon calories ;)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Alot of that information can be found online and in most mixology books!. A general rule, though- Beer is THE heaviest carbwise, Wines are generally in between (champagne one of the higher caloric-wise), and liquors (not liqueurs- they have high levels of sugars and will cost you), i!.e vodka, scotch, etc tend to be a bit more fluid!. None of the above are a free pass, mind you- alcohol is a depressant and will "depress", meaning in this case slow down the brain and body functions, metabolism too!. So no matter what you drink, I suggest an extra mile or so!.!.!.and keep in mind also your mixers (soda, redbull, whatever)- sugar, salt, creme contents- all NOT your friend in relation to a diet!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

it depends on what you mix with it!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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