The alcohol content in an alcoholic beverage can vary depending on the type of alcohol, the serving size, and the brand or specific product. However, in general, alcoholic beverages that are lower in alcohol content tend to have a lower percentage of alcohol by volume (ABV) than those with a higher alcohol content.

Here are some examples of alcoholic beverages that are relatively low in alcohol content:

Light beer: Typically contains around 4% alcohol by volume (ABV).

Wine: A 5-ounce glass of wine typically contains around 12% ABV, although some wines may have a lower or higher alcohol content depending on the specific brand or type.

Hard cider: Typically contains around 4-6% ABV.

Sangria: A traditional sangria recipe typically contains a mixture of wine, fruit, and other ingredients, and may have an alcohol content of around 8-10% ABV.

Wine cooler: A wine cooler typically contains a mixture of wine and carbonated water, and may have an alcohol content of around 3-5% ABV.

It is important to note that even alcoholic beverages with a relatively low alcohol content can still have significant negative health consequences when consumed in excess or when combined with other substances. Additionally, it is recommended that adults consume alcohol in moderation, which generally means up to one drink per day for women and up to two drinks per day for men.