1. Alcarelle: "Hangover-Free" Alcohol Could Be Available in 5 Years  Inverse
  2. The Inventor of Hangover-Free Synthetic Alcohol Has Already Tried It (and Hopes You Can Soon)  Food & Wine
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In an interview published Tuesday in the "The Guardian" scientist David Nutt explains that, by design, his fake alcohol Alcarelle is intended to induce that tipsy, social feeling that alcohol-drinking people enjoy without the ensuing pain and health problems.A famous psychedelics researcher turns his attention to alcohol.

Alcarelle: "Hangover-Free" Alcohol Could Be Available in 5 Years | Inverse

Forget 2050. David Nutt now says his synthetic alcohol could be on the market in just five years.Forget 2050. David Nutt now says his synthetic alcohol could be on the market in just five years.

The Inventor of Hangover-Free Synthetic Alcohol Has Already Tried It (and Hopes You Can Soon) | Food & Wine