Fatha, welcome to the forum. If you have fatty liver disease, it is best that you not drink alcohol at all. It could progress to cirrhosis. It sounds as though your liver is not metabolizing alcohol well. Other than that, the symptoms you describe are really not typical. Usually, aside from extreme fatigue that doesn't go away with rest and sleep, plus elevated liver enzymes, there aren't any symptoms until liver disease gets really bad or turns into cancer or end-stage liver disease. The weight loss is to be expected when you stop drinking. There are a lot of calories in beer/ale and wine, and also a lot of sugar. If you have significant liver disease, you should have above-normal liver enzymes. Even with liver cancer, mine were not outrageously high, but they were twice high-normal. Sometimes, blood work and MELD scores do not reflect how sick a person is, but there will definitely be abnormalities.
I think if you have blood work every 6 mos. and an ultrasound once a year, you can keep reasonable track of what is going on. The thing with your hands sounds like a circulatory disorder. If you feel you want to check everything out further, I suggest you see a hepatologist (specialist in liver disease) who may order a CT scan or MRI to set your mind at ease.
Good luck to you!