Alcoholism can affect individuals in different ways, and some people may experience anger as a symptom of alcohol use or withdrawal. Alcohol can affect the brain and alter mood, leading to changes in behavior and emotional regulation. Additionally, when alcohol is no longer present in the body, withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, and agitation can occur, which may contribute to feelings of anger. It’s important to note that not all alcoholics experience anger as a symptom, and that anger can also be a symptom of other conditions unrelated to alcohol use.