I think it depends. Was alcohol a contributing factor to your cirrhosis? Will alcohol interfere with your post transplant meds.
Medical experts are divided
From Columbia University
“Can I drink alcoholic beverages after my transplant?
No. Not only is alcohol toxic to the liver, it can also interfere with the metabolization of certain medications. Be aware that many "non-alcoholic" beers do contain some alcohol.”
From NHS UK
Whether you can drink alcohol after a liver transplant depends on the reason you needed a transplant.
If the previous problem with your liver was caused by alcohol misuse, you'll be advised not to drink alcohol again.
It may also be a good idea not to drink alcohol even if your liver problem wasn't alcohol-related, although in some cases it may be fine to do so in moderation.
Speak to your care team for advice.”
All I can suggest is WWHD
What would Hector do
From the Mayo Clinic
“To prevent damaging your new liver, it's important to avoid alcohol. Do not drink alcoholic beverages or use alcohol in cooking.”
Let your conscious be your guide live without regret
I wrestled with this issue, too. I am so addicted to good red wine that I haven't been able to give it up. So far (three years since Tx) my bloods and ecoDoppler are holding up well., even though I came out of Tx with cirrhosis. I would give up wine if I could, but I can't. I need it.
I think as many doctors you talk to you will find an equal number of opinions in the subject.
What does your heart say is the right thing to do?