listen to mini_me_now, she knows what she is saying. I agree with every word she wrote. At a year out, you are eating more because that is what happens to most of us. The sleeve has healed and you have reached your normal capacity. The alcohol will slow your weight down for many reasons: empty calories, less control over what you eat, relaxes the stomach so you can eat more, and many others. It is probably best to view it as an occasional treat not something you do daily or even weekly. If you want to lose more weight, and it sounds like you do, lower your calories and write everything down. Reduce your carbs, eat more protein and don't snack (graze). Also, drinking our calories is one of the no-no rules of the sleeve. I don't mean that you can never have a drink, I mean that you should seriously limit the amount of calories you get from drinking anything since there is no limit to how much we can drink.