sure you can drink again, its always there for the taking. although its not the drinking thats the problem, its the living and dying. Alcoholism is a progressive dying and it often takes many years before the alcoholic wakes up to the reality of the moment.
In that moment the alcoholic knows what alcoholism is but rarely knows any more what real living and dying is any more. We become hardened to it all. Like a soldier in a lost battle, we give our best hoping we are doing the right thing by fighting the good fight even though we know we are doomed. Alcoholism is crafty and unrelenting in its trickery to feed off its host without killing itself dead. In the end of course, death is inevitable.
There is hope. Recovery from alcoholism is totally possible. it happens everyday all over the world to all kinds of hopeful persons of every walk of life. living sober is not just the opposite of dying drunk. its a totally different experience than just not dying.
I'm not saying you're alcoholic, i'm saying one way or another, someday drinking won't be the problem you think it is today. You'll know what i mean if you ever become an alcoholic. Then you'll have a choice to be a sober drunk or a drunk drunk. Drinking wont be a problem then. Staying alive will be though. There is a solution and may you find it now. And if you don't become an alcoholic, well, then drinking won't be a problem then either.
IMO since you're posting on a recovery forum and you wish that you didn't drink as much, why not follow your guts and your heart and simply attempt to stop all drinking for a set amount of time, something with purpose and devotion. A real challenge that sweats you out. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. you'll quickly discover the riddle to the "drinking problem" if you can't keep your own word and promises to yourself.