Beer consumption is rarely associated with physical wellbeing, but rather with conviviality and mood, but recent university studies have disproved the negative effect of beer on health. Moderate, daily consumption of beer has many positive effects on the body. Beer is one of the spirits with the lowest alcohol content, ranging from 3 to 9% by volume, and its composition is essentially water and dry extract rich in nutrients. Beer is rich in positive sugars, tannins, maltodextrins, vitamins, lipids, proteins, salts and acids. Hops, which perform the dual function of preservative and flavouring in beer, are rich in flavonoids and essential oils. The combined action of these elements helps to strengthen bones, block inflammation, protect the heart, control cholesterol levels and improve circulation and anaemia.