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Can you drink beer or spirits with antibiotics with a chest infection ?

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Generally you are advised not to combine the 2, although it does depend a bit on which antibiotic it is.

What about cutting out the spirits and keeping to a nice cold ale or 2 until you finish the pills? Midway solution.
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