Alcohol from Potato



Project profile

  • An alcoholic beverage is a drink containing ethanol. Ethanol is a psychoactive drug, a depressant, and many societies regulate or restrict its sale and consumption. Countries place various legal restrictions on the sale of alcoholic drinks to young people. The manufacture and consumption of alcohol are notably found (to some degree) in most cultures and societies around the world, from hunter-gatherer tribes to organized nation-states. The consumption of alcohol is often important at social events in such societies and may be an important aspect of a community's culture.
  • Distilled spirits (or, simply, spirits or liquors) are the ALCOHOL-containing fluids (ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol) obtained via distillation of fermented juices from plants. These juices include wines, distillates of which are termed brandies. The most commonly used plants are sugarcane, potatoes, sugar beets, corn, rye, rice, and barley; various fruits such as grapes, peaches, and apples are also used. Flavors may be added to provide distinctive character.
  • Vodka is one of the world's most consumed distilled beverages. It is typically a colorless liquid containing ethanol purified by distillation from a fermented substance such as grain. The word is the diminutive of "water" in various Slavic languages. Except for various types of flavorings, vodka consists of water and alcohol (ethanol). It usually has an alcohol content ranging from 35% to 50% by volume.
  • Vodka consumed in sufficient amounts, as any alcoholic beverage, can cause dehydration, digestive irritation and other symptoms associated with a hangover because these are inherent properties of ethanol, even if to a lesser degree than the methanol, fusel oils, and other alcohols which are absent in pure vodka. In some countries, black-market vodka or "bathtub" vodka is widespread, as it can be produced easily to avoid taxation. However, a severe poisoning, blindness, or death can occur as a result of impurities, notably methanol presence.
  • Vodka, Russia’s traditional drink, is still very much the leader in sales, both by volume and value. In 2004, vodka sales accounted for nearly $10.2 billion. In spite of a three percent drop in volume in the last couple of years, vodka still accounts for over 90 percent of spirits sales. 
  • Alcoholic beverage
  • Vodka Information
  • History of Vodka
  • European Vodka Alliance

Production & Distillation        

  • BlueIce Four Column Distillation
  • The Next Step in Artisan Distilled Vodka
  • Distilled Beverage
  • Vodka Manufacturing Process 
  • Mashing and Fermentation
  • Production of Vodka

Company Profiles and Plant

  • Kvint
  • Latvijas balzams
  • Poltava Liquor-Vodka Factory
  • Stumbras
  • Cooley Distillery
  • Hayman
  • Thanh Binh USA Trading
  • APU JSC Vodka, Beer, Beverages Production Plant
  • PRAJ Industries
  • Moscow Distillery Cristall- The Plant Today


  • Seema Lisa Clifasefi, Ph.D.
  • Fellman, John Keegan
  • Daniel L. Vakoch
  • Kellie A. McElhaney, Ph.D.
  • Billie Richard DeWalt
  • WAS Consultants Pvt Ltd


  • Process and Apparatus for Producing Vodka
  • Process for Preparing an Alcoholic Product
  • Production of Vodka
  • Process for Saccharification of Rootstocks and Subsequent Alcohol Fermentation
  • Production of Vodka by Supercooling Technology
  • Vodka and a Process for the Production of Vodka
  • Low-Glycemic Alcoholic Beverages and Methods for making Same
  • System and Method Using a Scale For Monitoring the Dispensing of a Beverage


  • Fermentation Technology
  • Potato Storage Technology and Store Design Aspects
  • The Technology of Vodka Production
  • Alcohol Technology

Products and Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Chopin
  • Citadelle Products
  • Putinka 
  • Soyuz Victan
  • Vodka in a tube
  • Vodka Products List
  • Ethyl Alcohol
  • Ethanol fact sheet
  • Ethanol
  • Ethanol (EtOH), Denatured


  • Trends in the Development of Potato Cultivation Technologies
  • Russian vodka maker taking a shot at his competitors
  • Prospective of Biofuel
  • Russian Law Paralyses Vodka Production
  • Hot potato
  • Australian Potato Industry
  • Demand for Trump Super Premium Vodka Spurs Sales of Drinks Americas
  • Alcoholic Drinks Market Outlook
  • Russia's Alcohol Spirits Market
  • A market in Kalashnikov Vodka’s sights


  • Kirin Company Report
  • The Economic Impact of the Production of Scotch Whisky, Gin and Vodka in Scotland 
  • Korea - Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages
  • Deregulating or Re-regulating the Alcohol Market
  • Concurrent Synthesis and Degradation of Alcohol
  • Wyborowa cuts jobs as cheap vodka demand soars


  • Alcohol Potato Selling Leads
  • Aquavit Suppliers
  • Exporters of Vodka
  • Russian Vodka Suppliers
  • Foreign Exporters & Manufacturers
  • Selling Leads of Vodka
  • Producer of Potato Vodka
  • Russian Companies Selling Vodka
  • Ukrainian Vodka Suppliers


  • Vodka Buyers List
  • Russian Vodka Buyers List
  • Indian Importers & Buyers
  • Russian Buyers
  • Foreign Importers & Buyers
  • Trade Leads