The Bible condemns Drinking to excess. It doesn’t tell us where to draw the line between being sober or becoming drunk. You have to decide for yourself how much is to much, what your limit is and if you want to take the risk of making one of your brothers or sisters in Christ stumble.
In 1 Corinthians 5:11, it tells us ” you must not associate with anyone who calls himself a brother but is sexually immoral or a drunkard.” So if you’re one to take the risk of becoming drunk, other Christians aren’t supposed to associate with you, because you can become there stumbling block. In Romans 14:21 it says, “it is better not to eat meat or drink wine or to do anything else that will cause your brother to fall.” Would you want to be the cause or be held responsible for causing someone else to stumble? You should be a person that other Christians can look up to and be their inspiration. You don’t have to stop eating, but if you are doing something that could cause your brother to stumble or fall short of the glory of God, you should not do it out of respect for that brother. In 1 Corinthians 6:10 it says, “nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanders nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.” When you drink you put your eternal salvation on the line for simple pleasures, that even in the morning most people tend regret doing (hangover from the night before).
People may even question this: Doctors say that if you drink even a little bit of wine a day it is healthy, which is a fact. The Bible however warns/tells us, “Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery; instead be filled with the Holy Spirit.” Ephesians 5:18.
Even if you are seen drinking by another Christian, they are not obligated to ask for your reasons of action, but may very well assume that you are a drunk, or a hypocrite. You can deal with drinking however you like, but you have to keep yourself from getting into trouble with God, and set a good example towards others.