Seven important point about wine in ISLAM

1-It is forbidden to drink wine, beer, and everything that causes intoxication or drunkenness in solid or liquid form.

2-Almighty Allãh says in the Qur’ãn: “O you who believe! Intoxicants and games of chance and (sacrificing to) stones set up and (dividing by) arrows are only an uncleanness, the Shatan’s work; shun it therefore that you may be successful.” (5:90-91)

3-Our noble Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) said,
“One who drinks intoxicants after Allãh has made them harãm by my statement is not worthy of marriage [to your daughter] if he proposes to her, or of intercession when he asks for a good word, or of any credibility when he speaks, or of being entrusted with anything.”(Al-Kulayni, vol. 6, p. 396.)

4-Our noble Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) said,“Allãh has accursed alcohol, its growers, those who squeeze it [from the grapes], its drinkers, its servers, its buyers, its sellers, those who live on its income, its transporter, and the one to whom it is being transported. ” ( Man La Yahdhurhu ‘l-Faqih, vol. 4, p. 4)

5-It is harãm to eat at the table on which alcohol or any other intoxicants are being consumed. Based on obligatory precaution, it is harãm to even sit at such a table.

6-It is permissible for a Muslim to go to places where wine is being served with the food, provided that it does not lead to promotion of those restaurants.However, he cannot eat from the table on which wine is being consumed and should not, based on obligatory precaution, sit at that table. There is no problem though, in sitting at a table near the table on which wine is being consumed.

7-It is not permissible to drink, if “beer” means the drink made from barley that causes mild drunkenness. But if it means a drink made from barley that does not cause mild drunkenness, there is no problem in it.