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Drinking Perks in Kingdom Come Deliverance are accessible by the player upon reaching certain levels of Drinking. The table below lists what these are, what they do and what level you must reach in order to unlock them.

Drinking Perks

Name Reqs Effect
Beer Bibber Drinking Lvl 4 The beer you get is 50% weaker, so you can drink more, but wine is twice as strong and will make you drunk faster. Can't be combined with the Wine Bibber perk.
Drinking Habit Drinking Lvl 4 Under the influence of alcohol, your hand will shake 25% less and your Bow skill is higher by +2, but when sober your hand will shake 25% more.
Wine Bibber Drinking Lvl 4 The wine you get is 50% weaker, so you can drink more, but beer is twice as strong and will make you drunk faster. Can't be combined with the Beer Bibber perk.
Drunk Drinking Lvl 7 The benefits of alcohol last twice as long, and unless you drink yourself into oblivion, you suffer no negative effects. But once sober, your hangover will also last twice as long.
Loose Tongue Drinking Lvl 7 When drunk, you get a 50% bonus on Speech and Charisma, when hungover, these stats drop by 50%.
True Slav Drinking Lvl 7 You get drunk on 50% less alcohol, saving your hard-earned Groschen, and your hangover the next day lasts only half as long. But bear in mind that getting drunk quickly brings both the positive and negative effects of alcohol.
Bacchus Drinking Lvl 10 You'll never drink yourself to oblivion, but the negative effects of your hangover will be 30% stronger. Can't be combined with the Safe Passage perk.
Safe Passage Drinking Lvl 10 When you drink yourself to oblivion, you'll wake up at home in bed and none of your inventory items will be gone. Can't be combined with the Bacchus perk.
Top Shelf Drinking Lvl 10 Spirits are 50% weaker for you, so you can drink more.



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