The Institute of the Environment in Munich has recently published a very elaborate study that tested various beer brands in Germany.
The result of the tests was scary. Absolutely all tested beers contained carcinogen glyphosate.
Another recent study has revealed that 9 out of 10 beers or wines in the world contain traces of glyphosate.
This poison is an active ingredient in the herbicide produced by Monsanto.
Most beer brands have concentrations above 24 ppb. Below you will find the test results list on different brands of beer.
Let’s hope this list does not include your favorite beer.
Tsingtao: 49.7 ppb
Coors Light: 31.1 ppb
Miller Lite: 29.8 ppb
Budweiser: 27.0 ppb
Extra Crown: 25.1 ppb
Heineken: 20.9 ppb
Guinness: 20.3 ppb
Stella Artois: 18.7 ppb
Ace Perry Hard Cider: 14.5 ppb
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale: 11.8 ppb
New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale: 11.2 ppb
Sam Adams New England IPA: 11.0 ppb
Stella Artois Cidre: 9.1 ppb
Samuel Smith’s Organic Lager: 5.7 ppb
Hasseröder Pils – 29.74 μg / l (ppb)
Jever Pils – 23.04 μg / l
Warsteiner Pils – 20.73 μg / l
Radeberger Pilsner – 12.01 μg / l
Veltins Pilsener – 5.78 μg / l
Oettinger Pils – 3.86 μg / l
König Pilsener – 3.35 μg / l
Krombacher Pils – 2.99 μg / l
Erdinger Weißbier – 2.92 μg / l
Paulaner Weißbier – 0.66 μg / l
Bitburger Pils – 0.55 μg / l
Beck’s Pils – 0.50 μg / l
Franziskaner Weißbier – 0.49 μg / l
Augustiner Helles – 0.46 μg / l
What brand of beer do you drink? Leave your comment below.
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