Drinking more caffeine than the body can handle can cause intense stomach and intestinal contractions, and it's easy to do that with a cold drink as a drink. Drinking decaffeinated coffee won't give you the burst of energy you're used to, but it will provide some relief. If you drink cold coffee or coffee made with dark roasted coffee beans, your overall acid level will be lower. Cold beer is your best option when you want cold coffee with a reduced risk of flatulence.
Just kindly ask them to add some water the next time you order and your body will have more time to handle the cold beer and its caffeine. Ask your barista to dilute it. Most coffee shops, including Starbucks, prepare their cold beer very strong and then dilute it with water before serving it to customers. If the cold beer you ordered is too strong and bothers your stomach, the waiter may not be diluting it.
Even if the cold drink you're drinking doesn't have more caffeine than regular coffee, it's easy to drink cold coffee faster than hot coffee. And while coffee is somewhat acidic, it's likely that the acidity of cold beer isn't the cause of stomach pain. Don't drink cold beer on an empty stomach. Part of the reason your stomach reacts so strongly to the caffeine in cold beer could be because you drink it on an empty stomach, and caffeine has stronger effects when you haven't eaten much before consuming it.
The caffeine in cold beer can cause stomach pain. If your stomach feels bad after a glass of cold beer, it's most likely due to the caffeine in the drink. If someone experiences an upset stomach after drinking cold coffee, it's probably because they consumed too much. The reason cold beer usually (but not always) contains more caffeine than regular coffee is because of the way it's brewed.
Cold coffee is a smooth and tasty beverage that seems to be gaining popularity in coffee shops and homes every day. Drinking more caffeine than the body can handle can cause intense stomach and intestinal contractions, and it's easy to do that with cold beer, since the drink is usually high in caffeine and cold drinks are easier to drink quickly than hot ones. And because it's a cold drink, it can be easy to drink cold beer quickly, leading to a caffeine overdose and stomach problems.