Unicorn sayz, "I declare this thread extinguished..."
You can bet he hasn't been drinking a lot of alcohol with a pure sparkly rainbow stream like that.
Bottom lining it here: beer (and all ethanol containing beverages) raise your risk for developing many kinds of cancers (and many other serious health conditions) in proportion to the amount consumed. What many of us previously thought of as moderate drinking is actually not so moderate. However, one (or two if you're stubbornly holding on to old info.) standard units of alcohol per day (8-14 grams of pure alcohol depending on who you ask) for men and half that for women benefit human health, particularly cardiovascular health. Beyond that amount of consumption you're flirting with Mister C and a lot of other undesirables. The CDC defines heavy drinking as:
Heavy drinking is defined as consuming
For women, more than 1 drink per day on average.
For men, more than 2 drinks per day on average.