Yes, but only when we are knowingly tempting someone.
Some argue that we should avoid drinking at all times because we are called to avoid leading others into temptation:
Romans 14:21 It is better not to eat meat or drink wine or to do anything else that will cause your brother or sister to fall.
We agree that you should not drink alcohol knowingly in the presence of someone struggling with alcohol. However you can comply with this Biblical teaching while enjoying a glass of beer or wine in public, as long as you aren’t purposefully drinking in front of someone struggling. We can’t really help unknown people with unknown problems. It is ok to choose to abstain, but if we really want to avoid all sources of temptation for other people, then we would need to abstain from: meat (as stated in Romans), sweets, gluten, cholesterol packed foods, and high-fat foods since all of these have potential to cause an unknown person with health and/or obesity issues to be tempted and fall.
The bottom line is that we each need to decide what we believe is moral according to God’s plan for our lives. I may believe it is ok to enjoy a beer, while another person may not believe it is a wise thing to do. We each need to live our lives according to our beliefs such that we honor God with our personal faith. This is exactly what the two verses after Romans 14:21 speak of:
Romans 14:22-23 So whatever you believe about these things keep between yourself and God. Blessed is the one who does not condemn himself by what he approves. But whoever has doubts is condemned if they eat, because their eating is not from faith; and everything that does not come from faith is sin.
We should not ask someone to drink alcohol if they believe it is wrong, but we should share our personal beliefs with them (such as this website). Each of us is on a continual journey to understand God and his will for our lives. Our beliefs can and should change over time as we learn more about God, but we should always honor the beliefs that people currently maintain by not tempting them to violate their faith in God.