It may not sound like much, but it’s really big: 3.7 ounces of light fluid, which equals a whopping 11 calories.
The lighter, non-alcoholic liquid is a blend of glycerine, water, and artificial flavors.
It’s not alcohol, but if you’re going to use the drink as a snack, it might as well be.
Light fluid has been around since the 1960s, but Bud Light hasn’t made it a standard ingredient.
It’s not exactly light in color, but that’s largely because it’s a liquid.
It absorbs the light energy that is created when a light bulb is lit.
The light energy is absorbed by water molecules and forms an opaque, colorless liquid.
When you pour it into a drink, you’re essentially pouring the light fluid in.
Bud Light, which is based in Colorado, was founded in 1966 and now has roughly 20,000 employees.
The beverage company sells Bud Light products across the United States and has expanded its product lines over the years, making Bud Light lighter and more drink-able than ever.
This light fluid is not just a drink ingredient.
It has a lightening effect.
When you shake the glass with your finger, it’s like you’re shinning a lightbulb.
It makes a soft light glow.
“When you shake your drink with your fingers, it shins the lightbulbs,” said Sarah Jones, a marketing expert at the University of Washington.
That light effect means the drink can be poured directly over your tongue.
It also means you can drink it in a variety of ways, Jones said.
You can add more sugar to the drink and/or serve it with ice cubes or a shot glass.
Jones said people tend to enjoy lighter drinks because they’re more palatable and they’re lighter.
To make the lighter fluid more drinkably, Jones recommended adding an extra tablespoon of sugar to a small glass of water.
She said that extra sugar adds a subtle, light flavor that people tend not to associate with alcohol.
Other popular drinks include Pepsi Light, Sprite Light, and Mountain Dew Light.
The lighter fluid is also good for those who have diabetes or are sensitive to alcohol.
“It does help with the absorption of alcohol in the blood and that makes it easier for people with diabetes to drink,” Jones said, adding that if you have diabetes, you should avoid drinking alcohol.