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I'll keep it simple. All three of those alcoholic drinks have something different in them. You said wine and booze don't do it very much yet beer makes you stuffy. Hops are very well know to cause stuffiness and allergic reaction. It could be more than hops, it could be something to do with malt. You might try less hopped beers so a Helles Lager vs an IPA ...


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I'll give you my advice after 30+ years of being an adult and working in the alcohol industry for many years. Here it is: Drink the drink that has the least amount of alcohol you can stand. For me that means light beer when I know I will be at a party or another situation. I had friends of mine that would take Coors light and put it in a pitcher with crushed ...


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Good beverage suggestions to get drunk but not too drunk? As with anything, it will most likely depend on the individual involved. Be a drinker and not tinker. Skip the beer and go with vodka, if it were myself. That is what I do when it comes to getting hammered! But I do avoid those bizarre flavoured ones. I like my vodka straight or with sofa water (my ...


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I know plenty of Scots who are t-total or drink relatively little. Additionally, there are loads of additional Scottish licencing laws which are aimed to reduce binge drinking and have been shown to have a positive effect. Source: The Guardian In my personal experience (my boyfriend being himself half Scot and my Step-mum being full Scot) the Scottish ...


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