Honestly, alcohol is very useful for your personality type. The way you view drinking is quite narrow and naive.
I was once very similar to you, very shy and awkward, and did not connect with people my age because I thought they were stupid and immature. It's apparent you are most likely a freshman in college where the social scene is dominated by beer pong, house parties, and general over consumption. These scenarios can be very intimidating, and can just enhance your social awkwardness. In a few years, drinking will be more of a casual social event where it's not the main facet of interaction, but just a addition to the overall scenario.
Since you run twice a day, I'm assuming you are on a college team. Out of twenty or so distance runners, there is no one who you remotely talk to or even enjoy being around? There are probably people on the team who are also quiet and reserved, and you have common interest with.
If you want to make friends, just be friendly. Ask how people are doing, ask what they did for their run, in general be nice, and at least pretend to be interested in what they say. This may sound insincere or contrived, but other people appreciate the interest.