Having elevated liver enzymes means something is bothering your liver currently.
I have had liver cirrhosis diagnosed in January 2008. I had hepatitis c which was the reason my liver enzymes were elevated and the cause of my liver cirrhosis. I was likely infected with hep c back in 1978 so it took 30 years for my liver injury to progress to cirrhosis.
Now that my hep c is cured my liver enzymes are normal even though I have liver cirrhosis. I do have low platelets because of my cirrhosis.
I saw several references that say covid can cause elevated liver enzymes.
Trust your doctors advice.
If the amount you drink is concerning to you that is a sure sign you should consider reducing or better still abstaining from all alcohol consumption.
Best of luck
“ Mild, asymptomatic elevations of alanine transaminase (ALT) and aspartate transaminase (AST) levels, defined as less than five times the upper limit of normal, are common in primary care. The prevalence of elevated transaminase levels is estimated to be approximately 10%, although less than 5% of these patients have a serious liver disease.”