It is strange to me that some Christian denominations believe that Jesus did not drink alcohol. They believe that whenever the word "wine" is used in the New Testament, it really means "grape juice". For instance, they believe that when Jesus turned water into wine at the marriage of Cana, it was grape juice. These denominations also believe that Jesus served grape juice at the Lord's Supper. Do these same denominations believe that when wine is mentioned in the Old Testament that it was grape juice also? So when Noah drank "wine" and exposed his naked body in his tent to his son Hamm, was he drunk on grape juice? And when Lot drank "wine" and was tricked to sleep with his two daughters, was he drunk on grape juice? And with Jesus being as famous as he was due to his miracles, why would the pharisees bother to accuse him of being a drunkard and a glutton (Matt. 11:19), if everyone in all of Judea, Samaria, and Galilee knew that he was a tee-totaling grape juice drinker? It doesn't make any sense! Just because one verse says something about "don't look on wine when it is red", how do these denominations extrapolate that to mean that Jesus was a grape juice drinker when there is so much more evidence that he was drinking wine?