My supply of Iso-Propyl Alcohol has ran out, and I need something as a fuel and disinfectant for random experiments I do all the time, and I'm not willing to take a whole day to go to the center of the city and find a chemical shop. Can I make Ethanol at home? I got pure glucose powder with me, yeast, beakers, graduated cylinders, mini incubator, and the kitchen. Anyone know whats the best ratios for glucose:yeast:water and how I can distill it at home with simple "labware". I don't have any tubing, only straws, but I might be able to get some tubing for distillation. Or any alternative to distillation for getting a reasonable amount of ethanol, only about 12% of solution after 48 hours is ethanol, I want to get it up to a concentration where I can ignite it.