Alcohol comes in four different forms: methyl, propyl, butyl, and ethyl. The first three forms can cause death even in small doses. The latter, ethyl or ethanol, is found in alcoholic beverages and is distilled from fermenting grain and fruits. Whether it’s wine, beer, or spirits, alcohol is the most accepted and abused drug in the world. It affects millions of people, young and old alike. Eight teens die daily in DUI crashes and more people were killed by alcohol consumption last year than from overdoses of heroin and prescription painkillers combined.