I love this stuff. I've been doing this since I learned how yeasts anearobically ferment. Every kind of alcohol gives a different drunk, homebrew is unique. You can also use fining agents (e.g. gelatine) to get rid of the debris at the end. It may take a couple of rounds of cooling/decanting to get rid of it.
please drink responsibly and follow your local and federal laws. I cannot be held responsible for any misuse of this video for excessive intoxication or illegal activity. Proceed at your own risk. I also highly recommend not to alter this process so as to attempt an increase in alcohol percent (e.g. distilling) as it may yield poisonous levels of methanol. This video is for scientific education purposes to demonstrate the applications of anaerobic fermentation.
download the written instructions here: