No! Drinking a lot of beer is like consuming lots of bread or other carbs. So is consuming any other carb or sugar based liquor, which means nearly all of them.
The only way to even PARTIALLY protect your stomach, liver, and brain from alcohol consumption is to consume lots of saturated fat and protein before imbibing. My favorite recipes for this both include liver, a dense, rich protein with excellent levels of cholesterol and fat.
Recipe #1 Bacon-wrapped Chicken Livers
Get one tub of chicken livers, about 8 ounces.
Cut the chicken livers apart at the membrane and rinse well.
Lightly moisten with soy sauce or worchestershire sauce, or sprinkle wth Lawry's Seasoned Salt.
Wrap each piece in a half slice of raw bacon, and skewer with a toothpick to hold it together.
Broil for 4 minutes and turn if necessary. Broil 4 minutes more or until bacon is crispy.
Don't serve with anything. Just eat 'em.
Recipe #2 Liver Salad
Lightly steam 4 oz. of beef liver for 8 minutes, coated with onion powder.
Grate the liver completely or pulse it through a food processor until it has a coarse crumb.
Add mayonnaise to a soft consisteny. Form into a loaf and garnish with chopped egg.
Eat with crackers or as a lettuce wrap.
Don't indulge too often, as drinking is hard on your liver and kidneys, no matter what you do.