To speak about hot drinks, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Beer - an alcoholic drink made from grain, or a glass or container of this drink;
Bourbon - a type of American whisky (= strong alcoholic drink);
Champagne - French white wine with lots of bubbles in it which people often drink to celebrate something;
Cocktail - an alcoholic drink made from two or more kinds of drink mixed together;
Eggnog - a drink made from milk, sugar, and eggs, often mixed with alcohol such as brandy or rum;
Mulled wine - wine heated with added sugar and spices, drunk warm as a traditional winter drink in some countries;
Red wine - a wine with a dark red colour that is made from black grapes, including their skins;
White wine - a wine with a pale yellow colour that is made from green or yellow grapes, or from black grapes without their skins;
Scotch whiskey - a strong alcoholic drink made in Scotland;
Wine cooler - a drink made of wine, fruit juice, and fizzy water.
Can I have a pint of beer?
They invited us over on Christmas Eve for mulled wine.
Would you like a glass of red wine?
He poured a glass of white wine.