Beer gives me an evil hangover, so does wine.
Which is the best bet to get as little a hangover as possible?
Complete and utter nonsense. Alcoholics don't have hangovers at all yet they get extremely de-highdrated, and you try mixing beer and wine and notice the difference compared to drinking the same volume of alcohol in one type of drink.
Hangovers are just about how much you drink, how hydrated you are, and how much food is in your body. The feeling of a hangover is caused by dehydration, withdrawal from alcohol, and your nervous system being overactive after being depressed for a while. It doesn't matter what you drink (to a point, beer WILL fill you up and hydrate you a little more than a shot of liquor will). It certainly doesn't matter what brand/quality of drink you drink. Grey goose certainly tastes better than orloff or any other plastic handle, but the hangover is the same.
Moral of the story: drink a glass or two of water before bed, then have a bit to eat and you'll wake up feeling great.
not true. hangovers come from a build up of acetaldehyde, which is a breakdown product of both methanol (not methane) and ethanol.
Every time you distill vodka or any other liquor you remove a little bit more methane. The less methane you consume the less hungover you will be.
Makes little difference really, on the hangover that is.
To the person who said that Grey Goose gives you the same hangover as a cheap plastic handle is dead wrong. Grey Goose (or any other expensive vodka) goes through at least one more round of distillation (maybe 2, i forget)than the cheapo stuff.
Npt too long ago there was an episode of 20/20 with a bunch of young posers. They were asked which vodka they liked and which ones they thought were bad.
. VODKA IS VITRUALLY TASTELESS! They even did taste tests on those pretenders and they couldn't even ID "their brand." They instead picked the cheapest vodka as the one they thought was their expensive yuppy vodka. Fools.