Yea, you shouldnt really drink on any "Downer" thats what the Klonopin is.
Alcohol is also a downer, and when you mix 2 of them together, you may over sedate yourself, with a possibility of death.
Zoloft is just another physcdrug that you shouldnt drink on because of it "interacting" anc doing something different.
sorry about the typos...got cats begging for attention here, lol
Technically you shouldn't. But I will speak only from my own experience. I've been on Prozac and Xanax (a benzo), and now Lexapro and Xanax for about 4 years now, and I've had the occasional drink (or 2) with no problems at all. The only thing is that the meds make the alcohol more "effective." That is 1 drink will feel like 2 drinks. So definitely don't binge drink, but a glass of wine or a cocktail here and there is not likely to cause any problems. Excessive alcohol use can definitely cause problems.
maybe try half a beer and see what it does....you probably won't feel so hot...I used to take celexa and anytime I drank on it, it made my brain spin in not a good way....got really upset, out of control, really dizzy...and not in the fun way either...I would worry more about the mix of the zoloft with the alcohol more than the klonopin. Your brian cannot process the alcohol in the usual way when you are on anti-depressants.
ugh I hate type-os brain*
I'm like mgbrown ... I have been on Zoloft for 15 years. Yes, I have the occasional drink (rarely 2). I will get very very sleepy! It is not recommended, and you certainly should be very careful. (I also sometimes take Klonopin, Xanax, or Ativan -- been through all 3 over the last 15 years.)
When I was on Paxil I was able to have a drink or two again after years of them making me feel more anxious. Of course, after Paxil withdrawal, I'm back to not being able to drink at all. Or function, for that matter.