I’m not against a sociable drink, but alcohol is a toxin. It produces aldehydes and free radicals which damage arteries and the liver, dehydrates our cells, and affects the digestive tract in such a way that undigested proteins are more likely to pass into the body through a leaky gut. Even one of these things is a good enough reason to avoid it for the entirety of the diet, and I’m sure there are plenty of other downsides you could add to that list. If you’re mixing caffeine (Red Bull) with alcohol, you might as well just eat some chocolate gateau for all the good it’ll do your guts and your progress. Healing from candida and digestive issues is a lot more complicated than carb-counting.
As for cheese, maybe unaged (white) cheeses with the lowest sugar content could be tested a bit later on, since they would be a good source of macronutrients and shouldn’t contain any moulds. I’d rather avoid dairy as much as possible though, and I wouldn’t call the poorly metabolised fats contained in cheese “healthy”. Dairy certainly isn’t necessary for health, even if we’re brainwashed into believing our bones will snap without a sugar-packed glass of skimmed-milk that doesn’t have the fat content to allow us to digest the fat-soluble vitamins anyway! The majority of the world’s population gets by just fine without it.