Originally Posted by Gregscsu
The synthetic "alcohol" described in the article does not contain any alcohol at all. It is meerly a mix of mindaltering drugs that make you feel "buzzed".
Yeah, I understand that. I'm simply saying it could replace alcohol.
I'm curious if there is another way to make Alcohol. I found a couple articles that suggest it is. It sounds like you need to extract the enzyme that produces alcohol from the yeast cells and introduce that to sugars.
I was just thinking hard about how alcohol is made and was curious if that was the ONLY way it is made. Hydration of ethylene produces non-drikable alcohol, but not really interested in that. I think drinkable alcohol is pretty much only made with yeast.
Synthetic alcohol sounds pretty cool though. It would be cool to have an antidote to alcohol