I have mentioned that my grandfather, Herbert Mavor's family were Salvation Army. The Salvation Army was founded in London c1864 to help the working class, and came to Canada in 1882. They believed strongly in abstinence from alcohol. My grandfather adhered to this until he returned from the war in 1919, much to his mother's dismay.
The Temperance movement started before that, in the beginning of the 1800's, and quickly spread in England, Australia, New Zealand, America. Temperance means moderation, but around the 1830's the movement soon started preaching total abstinence.
Temperance led to Prohibition. There are websites about both temperance and prohibition in Canada, the United States and in Europe. There are also many books to be found on the subject at Internet Archive by typing these keywords: temperance, intemperance, and Christian Temperance [Union].
Look in local newspapers. Some published a list of names of people picked up for being "dunk and disorderly".
I have listed a few links here, some with members lists that may contain names of your ancestors.
This holiday season... stay alive, don't drink and drive!
North of England Temperance League Register and Almanac for 1859
The Northern temperance year book for workers in the North of England 1894
Handbook to temperance Hotels UK 1888
History of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Grinnell, Iowa 1924
World Book of Temperance; 1908
Journal of proceedings of the semi-annual session of the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance, of Canada West, held at Brantford 1855
Directory of the Sons of Temperance of North America; 1868
Conference of the Anti-Saloon League of America - Toronto 1912
Jubilee history of the Ontario Woman's Christian Temperance Union; 1877-1927
Offenses under "The Liquor License Act" R.S.O. 1897: & a list of decided cases; Toronto
It helps business and is a blessing : what leading business en, bankers, farmers, laborers and others say about prohibition in Charlotte, NC 1908
Dominion Prohibitory Liquor Law Convention held in Montreal 1875 (w/list of members)
History of the Womans' Christian Temperance Union of Oklahoma 1925
Independent Order of the Rechabites, a temperance group of Queensland, and their involvement in WWI; w/ Honour Roll
List of municipalities in Quebec and their standing on liquor licensing 1914
Countries that had/have Alcohol Prohibition
US Identification Card Files of Prohibition Agents in the US ($ Ancestry)(National Archives)
(See example of some IDs on Flicker)