Years ago the owner of Silver Creek Materials used to brag about his compost process. They recycled food and yard waste and made a point of pouring in discarded softdrinks, sports drinks, and I think it included beer and anything else (well waste from bars? Not sure where it came from).
Sugar and its various forms are well-received in gardens. I wouldn't buy any of those things to pour them in compost or gardens. Dry molasses or regular molasses is a much more concentrated form of liquid sugar, for the price, and is good when used as a fertilizer in the garden. You can add those things to your compost, but don't make a special trip or extra purchase for it. (But who has leftover beer or wine? If I don't drink it I cook with it.)
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