You can, if you heat it up and leave the lid open, for example, bury it in sand, the temperature of which will be higher than the air temperature. If it is possible to make a fire, then it is better to heat it with it, just do not douse it with an open flame, otherwise the glass will crack (again, through sand or through wet sand, if there is salt water nearby). Alcohol evaporates faster than water, the degree will drop and thus it will be possible to obtain a liquid suitable for satisfying thirst. Of course, if you have a sufficient supply of such alcohol, because one bottle is unlikely to save you.
Alas, it won't work.
The fact is that alcohol removes more fluid from the body than the body receives with an alcoholic drink.
The pirates had such fun, reflected in the song "Fifteen people on a dead man's chest" - to land a man on an island with a bottle of rum. The rum mockingly intensified the suffering of thirst.