Hangovers may be a thing of the past if the hydrating beer gets the green light to be put on the market. It is commonly known now that one of the biggest factors to a hangover after a long night of drinking is dehydration. Alcoholic beverages themselves dehydrate despite being a liquid. Yet people continue to neglect the need to drink other liquids such as water in order to avoid a painful morning after.
A group of Australian scientists at the Griffith Health Institute have concocted a hydrating beer so that people won't have to suffer for their oversight. A simple idea, the hydrating beer is beefed up with electrolytes, similar to those found in sports drinks. While the hydrating beer tastes normal, one drawback is that it has less alcohol.
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