Leviticus 10:9

Overview - Leviticus 10
Nadab and Abihu, for offering strange fire, are burnt by fire.
Aaron and his sons are forbidden to mourn for them.
The priests are forbidden wine when they are to go into the tabernacle.
12 The law of eating the holy things.
16 Aaron's excuse for transgressing thereof.
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Leviticus 10:9  (King James Version)
Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest ye die: it shall be a statute for ever throughout your generations:

Do not
Numbers 6:3 Numbers 6:20 ; Proverbs 31:4 Proverbs 31:5 ; Isaiah 28:7 ; Jeremiah 35:5 Jeremiah 35:6 ; Ezekiel 44:21 ; Luke 1:15
Ephesians 5:18 ; 1 Timothy 3:3 1 Timothy 3:8 ; 5:23 Titus 1:7

strong drink
The Hebrew {shecher,} Arabic {sakar,} or {sukr,} Greek [sikera,] from {shachar,} to inebriate, signifies
any kind of fermented and inebriating liquor beside wine. So St. Jerome informs us, that {sicera} in Hebrew denotes any inebriating liquor, whether made of corn, the juice of apples, honey, dates, or any other fruit. These different kinds of liquors are described by Pliny, who calls then {vina factitia}. One of the four prohibited drinks among the Mohammedans in India is called {sakar,} which denotes inebriating liquor in general, but especially date wine.* it shall be.