Your bag of cans will soon come with a list of carbs, proteins, sugars and grams of alcohol per serving.
That's if you're drinking tins of the Black Stuff anyway.
Diageo says it's so customers can make informed choices about their drinking.
But Addiction Specialist Dr Peter Rice say the move is pointless unless it's an industry-wide measure.
"What we're ending up with a patchwork system of different companies doing different things. A pot of yogurt or pint of milk must have standard information and I believe that that's what we should have (for alcohol)"