Now the text above is talking about meat that was sacrificed to idols, but you could add:
Go your way, eat your bread with joy, and drink your wine with a merry heart; for God now accepts your works. Ecclesiastes 9:7
Wine - יַיִן yayin, yah'-yin; from an unused root meaning to effervesce; wine (as fermented); by implication, intoxication:—banqueting, wine, wine(-bibber).
Effervesce - To be in natural commotion, like liquor when gently boiling; to bubble and hiss, as fermenting liquors, or any fluid, when some part escapes in an elastic form; to work, as new wine.
You could say it like this:
"Go your way, eat your bread with joy, and drink your beer with a merry heart; for God now accepts your works."
Beer and wine is a gift, and should be used wisely. Some try to unnecessarily place legalistic restrictions upon us by adding to God's commands of self-control. Issues of conscience should always be upheld by those that hold them, but an issue of conscience that doesn't violate God's commands should not be laid upon others as a new law. Abstaining if it is a voluntary act, is a wonderful thing. However, if it is added as a mandatory commandment for church membership or fellowship, they who impose such restrictions are found in rebellion against God, His standards of self-control, and Christian liberty. If beer and wine is a gift from God, we should honor Him with it just like we should honor Him with all of the gifts He bestows upon us.