Sure there are those, but there is another element at work here. There are some people, many people, who feel that any personal decision they make should be made into law.
They don't like drinking or smoking or dancing or rock and roll music, or whatever, therefore to them all those should be illegal.
Regardless of the reasons for their personal decisions, to pass a law they know they must come up with some practical excuse. For years now, the more traditional Puritan reasons have been laughed at, "It's the work of the Devil" "It's partaking in moral turpitude", etc.. don't get much mileage in most legislatures anymore.
So they have to dress up their control-freak inclinations in terms most likely to get legislative results. So with a wink and a nod, they hop on the "It's not good for you" bandwagon, and hence the Puritan crowd sneaks into the back door of the health-nut party virtually unnoticed.
Oh yeah, they are everywhere. Trying to ban green beans cause they don't like the taste. Trying to ban the Simpsons because they don't think they are funny. Trying to ban Bon Jovi cause they think he has no more talent.......
Yup, people trying to enforce their personal tastes........
The alcohol industry has a study that shows 50% of their product is consumed by 5% of their customers. In other words, these brewers depend on addiction, the same as the drug dealers. They, however, are allowed to buy legality.