Scientists Create Hydrating, ‘Hangover-Free’ Beer

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Scientists Create Hydrating, ‘Hangover-Free’ Beer

Australian scientists have infused light beer with electrolytes to create a beverage that is three times more effective at hydrating the drinker than regular beer, thereby reducing the likelihood and severity of a hangover the next morning. What do you think?

  • “Sadly, this news comes seven hours too late for me.”

    Gerald Weisinger
    Theater Projectionist
  • “Good. I’m sick of getting hydrated without the buzz.”

    Toni Molen
    Orchard Pruner
  • “But the hangover is the best part!”

    Joseph Lucek
    Sieve Maker