In addition to what he has explained clearly, here are figures from Budweiser
5% Alcohol by Volume and here is Alcohol Anonymous
Low alcohol beers are usually less than 0.5% alcohol by volume (ABV) in the United States. This means that an individual would need to drink 9 of these non alcoholic drinks to equal just one standard beer. The fact that it is almost impossible to get inebriated by drinking these beers means that they can be legally sold to minors. These are also referred to as non alcoholic beers (NA).
In places like the United Kingdom the term low alcohol beer is used differently. They use this term to refer to anything less than 1.2% ABV – so it would be technically be possible for a determined individual to reach the early stages of inebriation with this beverage. In the UK they classify anything less than 0.5% ABV as being a non alcoholic beer. The majority of these low alcohol beers are lagers, but it is also possible to find low alcohol ales as well, but these are not as popular.
It appears that you come from Mars because on Planet Earth...
I took you on as a serious and intelligent person, I apologise for my error. You are absolutely clueless on what has been explained previously so no point in taking this any further.
Ginger Beer :- ) : - ) : - )
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.