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3. Estrogen. Ethanol in beer or any other alcoholic beverage will slow down the P45 enzyme system in the liver allowing estrogen to stay in your system much longer. And the more estrogen, in general, the less testosterone. See my link on Alcohol Consumption for more details.
4. Testes. Alcohol also lower testosterone levels in the testes yourself.  In other words, it goes directly after the engine of your testosterone production. If that's not hitting below the belt, I don't know what is.
5. Weight Gain. They don't call it a "beer gut" for no reason. Those extra few hundred calories every day add up and, next thing you know, you've got a nice big spare tire around your middle that is associated with reduced testosterone levels.
I know beer consumption is religious for a lot of guys, but "eyes wide open" I always say...
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6) Nutrition, Sep 2013, 29(9):1122-1126, "Acute effects of beer on endothelial function and hemodynamics: A single-blind, crossover study in healthy volunteers"
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