Alcohol can be made from fermented potato peels, molasses and yeast. This procedure does not require silence. It is not as strong as distilled alcohol and does not taste good, but it is easy to do. This mixture is called washing. The alcohol manufacturer may need to experiment with different measurements to get the process right. slight deviations can distort the process. For example? Fresh or dried potato peels can change the recipe.
For mixed drinks, homemade alcohol may be used.
Prepare a 4 liter bucket. Clean the bin with soap and water.
Fill the bucket with 2 liters of liquid. Water works best, but different types of juices also work. Water or other liquid should not spoil if left. For example? Milk is a bad choice.
Add 1 pound of potato peel to the bucket.
Add 1/2 pound molasses to the bucket.
Put 1/4 lb of yeast in the bin.
Stir with a large spoon.
Put a lid on the bin. The lid may fall during the fermentation. That's good. let it be.
Put the bin in a cool, dry place.
Wait seven days, then check the bin. Potato peels should leave. If this is not the case, wait a little longer for the dough or potato peel to eat.
Wait for the alcohol to kill the yeast. Once the potato peels disappear, the concentration of alcohol will increase. Finally, it kills the dough and the yeast is gone. The mixture is ready.
Pour the liquid through a thin filter into a jug. Consume when you are ready.