There is a reason parties — good parties, anyway — start with a glass of champagne: the bubbles make the alcohol go to your head, giving you a kind of rush and making you drunk faster than drinking regular, non-carbonated wine. But then, of course, you’ll crash. Booze — whether we’re talking bubbly or beer, tequila or gin — all does basically the same thing. What changes is how concentrated the alcohol is, and therefore how fast it hits you. Other than that, there’s no scientific evidence to suggest different types can affect your mood or behaviour.
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