Replacing your regular drink with a lower alcohol drink (ABV) has some advantages. Alcohol can derail your fitness goals: Drinking too much can lead to muscle cramps, sleep disorders, and extra calories – both in alcohol and in drunken nibbles, according to Sara Haas, R. D.N. and spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
That does not mean you have to skip Happy Hour – drinks like these come into play here! Also known as session, shime or suppressor cocktails, these low-alcohol sips often include ingredients such as port wine, sherry, vermouth and liqueurs, which traditionally contain less alcohol than spirits, says Andy Seymour of Liquid Productions. (You can also try these beertails!)
A strong mixing drink may have a total ABV of 22 to 25 percent until the addition of other ingredients, says Seymour. Other drinks with strong spirits usually come between the ages of 1
"Although there is no specific demarcation The idea is to keep the alcohol low so you can enjoy the cocktail over a longer period of time or sample more drinks," says Seymour. This means you can drink a little more without the hangover or health problems. We cheer this!