No offense was taken. I appreciate your comments on the subject. Forgive me if I sounded harsh. I didn't mean to be.
Best to You,
No problem at all Cheesy
Glad everybody is happy, I wanted to post on this but didn't want to offend anybody figure it's safe now, so... bloating and beer, an explanation.
Yeasty beer can cause bloating, I mean real bloating. A full feeling, flatus and a general feeling of Blah. This occurs usually with unfiltered beer that has live EXCESSIVE yeast in suspension. If the beer seems cloudy, more than just a little hazy, and more than a small glassful is consumed it can cause problems. I have extensive experience with this effect as I consume large quantities of unfiltered beer when attending festivals and judging and I think this is the effect that Daniela is referring to. It should not present a problem if the dough is cooked, even if the yeastiest beer is used. The problem occurs when the live yeast begins to ferment in your innards, and lasts for 24 hours or so.
If you use part of a bottle conditioned beer in your dough and roust the yeast from the bottom of the bottle for inclusion into the dough, don't drink the rest, well, that's the recommendation at least, you could enjoy it and just blame it on the pizza. There is nothing in beer to cause GI problems when used in cooking. Overly yeasty beer can cause problems when drank in quantity, as described by Daniela.