Take it from a person who is basically you ten years from now - don't do it. A couple of drinks a night seems harmless, especially when you're not drinking to the point of getting drunk, but it is causing damage. It harms your liver and it alters your brain chemistry. Drinking daily is how you develop a habit and then from there it becomes an addiction. And you won't even notice it happen. I didn't know I had developed a dependence on alcohol until I tried to stop. And withdrawal when quitting is extremely hard - I would not recommend that you risk putting yourself in a position where you might ever have to go through it.
Alcohol makes anxiety worse in the long-run, so don't use it as a coping mechanism for this. See your GP or a counsellor regarding healthier ways to manage your anxiety.
Drink responsibility. If you're going to drink alone then make it an occasional or weekend treat rather than something you do every single night. If you're interested I have decent recommendations for non-alcoholic beers, wines, and mocktails.