PC Honey Red. Brewed in small batches and no preservatives, PC Honey Red is brewed with Natural Spring Water and select ingredients to compliment the All Natural Honey which makes for a smooth tasting lager with a slight red hue.
There are 96 calories in 1 shot (1.5 fl. oz) of Crown Royal Canadian Whiskey (40% alc.). You'd need to walk 27 minutes to burn 96 calories. Visit CalorieKing to see calorie count and nutrient data for all portion sizes.
One average 12-ounce 355 ml beer has about 150 calories and 13 grams of carbohydrates. Same amount of light beer has 5 carb grams an 100 calories. See the beer calories chart of popular international dark and light beers Corona, Corona Light, Heineken, Canadian Labatt Blue, Tecate, Guinness, Foster’s Lager, Beck’s and complete chart of most of American Beers below.
There are 122 calories in 3 ounces of Canned Salmon. Get full nutrition facts and other common serving sizes of Canned Salmon including 1 oz and 1 small can.
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Flemish blonde (similar in nature to the more widely known Flemish Reds) fermented for five months in a 14 year old French Calvados foedre with our wild yeasts then refermented for six more months with 900 liters of raw apple cider (Northern Pippen, Northern Spy, and Golden Delicious) unpasteurized to preserve their native flora pressed by our good friend, Ryan Burk, who you’ll probably.
Food and Diet Although all species of bears, including black and grizzly bears, are technically of the order Carnivora, they are essentially omnivores that eat plants, insects, fish, and animals. Bears spend most of their time perusing a patchwork of habitats throughout the year, feeding on vegetation, insects and other more reliable, though lower calorie food sources.