If you are into making your own alcohol burning camp stoves this video will be a joy to watch. He has many styles he made himself including multiple white box alcohol stoves, pot stand burner in one, classic pot can stoves, penny stoves, cat stoves, tea light stoves, remote feeder alcohol stoves, crumb catcher stoves, carbon felt stoves, razor head stoves, bottle stoves, and more.
Tuber Kullcraven Bushcraft really gets into his homemade camp and backpacking alcohol stoves. He walks us through his different build designs and explains why one style works better than another for their purpose. Some alcohol stoves are better for simmering a meal while other are built for a quick rolling boil.
Building homemade alcohol stoves are a very inexpensive hobby to get into. Most are just made from used aluminum cans and bottles. Others are more detailed with the use of glass insulation, carbon felt and custom cut metal screens. They can be run on various forms of alcohol. The top choices are Heat, high percentage rubbing alcohol (90%+), Denatured alcohol, and even Everclear grain alcohol 151 proof. Here is a video showing which type of alcohol burns the best in stoves.
If you are up for the challenge please give one a try yourself. If not you can just buy Alcohol Stoves here.