We interpret these verses to prohibit the use of intoxicating substances such as beer, wine and liquor. The Sunnah is very clear about the prohibition of alcohol. There is no ambiguity in that. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has cursed ten people who come into contact with alcohol.
From who makes it to those who market it and partner with it, not just who consumes it. The Quran clearly states in this ayah that the consumption of alcohol or wine (khamr) is a serious sin and, according to the Quran and the Sunnah, major sins are explicitly prohibited. But wouldn't you agree that wine is understood to refer to the intoxicant extracted from vines? Don't other Muslim interpreters understand that this is wine? Since the Quran is not ordered in the chronological sequence in which the verses were revealed, but in the order in which Allah ordered them to be organized, the references to alcohol in the Quran do not appear in the same order in which the orders appeared. Those who say it is not forbidden insist that the Quran does not prohibit alcohol; I don't know how they pray.
In addition to the Quranic verses, many saheeh hadith also confirm the prohibition of wine or alcoholic beverages. Analogies with the prohibition of alcohol are mentioned three times in three different chapters of the Quran; a three-step prohibition that made it easier for alcohol addicts to stop doing so gradually.