Due to influence of abrahmics some Hindus have forgotten true spirit of Hinduism.
Hinduism is not a prophetic religion, where we are supposed to follow each and every action of a prophet. This is given beautifully by this shloka
naitat samacarej jatu manasapi hy anisvarah vinasyaty acaran maudhyad
yatha 'rudro 'bdhijam visam
isvaranam vacah satyam tathaivacaritam kvacit tesam yat sva-vaco
yuktam buddhimams tat samacaret
"One should simply follow the instructions of the Lord and His
empowered servants. Their instructions are all good for us, and any
intelligent person will perform them as instructed. However, one
should guard against trying to imitate their actions. One should not
try to drink the ocean of poison in imitation of Lord
Siva." (Bhag. 10.33.30)
All scriptures agree that one should follow the instructions given by great personalities and not try to imitate the acts of gods.
Lord Matsya said, "The rajoguna creation emerging in the form of
Satarüpä and others is divine. As the Mulaprakruti is beyond the reach
of the organs of senses, similarly the damsel Satarüpä's body was
beyond the reach of the sense organs. It possesses the divine lustre
besides the divine knowledge, therefore, the humans having the bodies
of flesh cannot be described with their mortal eyes.
As the paths of the serpents are known to the serpents and those of
the birds are known to the birds alone, similarly the ways of the
divine souls like Satarüpä and others could be known to the divine
jivas alone and not to humans. O Great king, since the activities of
the gods (irrespective of their being) proper or improper, do not
yield good or bad fruits, therefore it would not be proper for the
humans to think about them.
Lord shiva, Krishna, rama have full control over their senses, they are not bound by senses, supreme Lord always remains pure, just like how fire consumes all kind of products but remains pure. We should not imitate them their instructions are enough, they do not loose control over their senses, we should not place our own twisted morality over supreme Lord.
Mohini or Shiva never lost their senses it was all their "leela"
Now coming back to the question, most of the scriptures of Hinduism are written in kavya or poems, where liquor is equated with beauty, royality, when describing gods the poets in their senses equate many royal- sensual things unto Lord.
Let's take example of ramayana, where rama has said to be riding indra' s thunder instead of horse, sita's face is equated with 1000 full moons, similarly in Uttara kanda rama and Sita are said to drink wine like Indra and sachi are these to be taken at face value?
no, the words should not be used to deduce the eating and drinking habits of the lord as the poet clearly uses multiple meanings throughout ramayana.
Similarly mohini's beauty is also equated with alcohol, but it's not to promote alcohol consumption.