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Beer before wine? Wine before beer?
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I wonder if some people’s experience related to order of consumption is related to order affecting how much of each is ultimately consumed. I know from personal study that by drinking beer first, I consume less wine later, which has a higher concentration of alcohol. Hence, less hangover. (n=1)
Thats interesting. I was sure that it was better if I drank only one type of alcohol. Only beer for example. And mixing many different drinks would cause a worse hangover. I think there was some research done about this in Germany. They also tried drinking mineral water inbetween the drinks and it had a very positive effect.
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