CC Ādi 17.118

mada-matta-gati baladeva-anukāra
ācārya śekhara tāṅre dekhe rāmākāra
Synonyms: 
mada-matta — being intoxicated by drinking Vāruṇī; gati — movement; baladeva — Lord Baladeva; anukāra — imitating; ācārya — Advaita Ācārya; śekhara — at the head; tāṅre — Him; dekhe — sees; rāma-ākāra — in the form of Balarāma.
Translation: 
When the Lord, in His ecstasy of Baladeva, was moving as if intoxicated by the beverage, Advaita Ācārya, the chief of the ācāryas [ācārya śekhara], saw Him in the form of Balarāma.