Short answer would be ‘Yes’. It is because there’s a lot more in most alcoholic drinks than just alcohol.
Beers and, to a lesser extent, wines contain yeast  which some people find they react to (champagne, though, Is effectively yeast-free). Most wines contain sulphites, other preservatives and additives, which can cause headaches in some people .
Red wine contains powerful antioxidants called anthocyanidins, which benefits humans in oxidative stress . So it’s better for you than white. Nowadays there’s a wide selection of great-tasting organic, chemical-free wines, champagnes and beers. Of the spirits, vodka tends to be the purest.
Stouts like Guinness contain B vitamins due to their yeast content — although I don’t recommend beer for its vitamins, as alcohol destroys nutrients in the body.
All alcohol dehydrates the body , too, so have plenty of water before, during and after drinking alcohol. Most importantly, don’t drink too much.
More than one drink a day is linked to an increased risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease , no matter how pure the tipple.
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