Potent Pineapple Peels Brew. Tepeche. Sweet & Sour Na Bado Inalewesha Mbaya


  1. Dissolve the 500 grams of Sukari Nguru (brown sugar) in 5 liters of water.

  2. Cut off the crown and base of the pineapple, then wash the pineapple with cool tap water to remove any dirt.

  3. Cut the peel from the pineapple in big chunks, leaving about ½ inch of the pineapple flesh on the peel.

  4. Add the pineapple scraps, core, spices, and sugar water into a 5 liter bucket, leaving about 1-2 inches of headspace. (Water should be room temperature or cooler)

  5. Cover with a paper towel, cheesecloth, or airlock lid over the mouth of the jar to keep out bugs while still allowing the yeast to have oxygen

  6. Store the bucket away from direct sunlight and at room temperature (preferably between (24-26°C), letting it ferment for 1 to 5 days. During this time it will start to bubble and become very active.

The fermentation can take between 24 and 72 hours, depending on the temperature in your home. The fermentation process happens more quickly in a warm environment, and likewise, a cooler temperature will cause it to ferment more slowly.


Hehehe…hii inakuwanga sumu bana…nlitengeza 20lts tukalewa na mabeshte zangu mbaya sana…hangy inakupiga sku tatu.

It depends on the Yeast used. Ulitumia Bakers yeast ama uliwacha tu ipate yeast from the air? Hii kitu inaweza kuwa na 9% v/v Hiyo ni kama Guiness with hints of Kenya Kane kwa umbali.

Noma sana:D

Kule TZ kuna aina mingi sana za local Alcohol brews na sijui kwa nini hawana shida ya alcoholism kama Kenya. Kuna pombe inaitwa PIWA. It is made from fruits. Tamu sana but Potent mbaya.

We used to call it Toivo in the 90s.

Lete process ya Kokane tukuogope

Any kind of brew whose alcohol content has not been well established can lead you to unknown predicament

@Abba weka yako ya Busaa

Thanks. It just sounds delicious from the description.

Vv huwa nini? Alcohol content

Volume Per Volume

Percent by volume is a way of expressing the concentration of a chemical solution that is the volume of solute divided by the total volume of the solution, multiplied by 100%. It is also known as volume percent (vol%) or % v/v.

For example, find the amount of alcohol in a 750 milliliter bottle of wine that is 12% ABV (Alcohol By Volume), which is volume percent.

[SIZE=7]percent by volume = volume of solute / volume of solution x 100%[/SIZE]
12% = volume alcohol / 750 ml x 100
0.12 = volume / 750 ml

volume of alcohol = 12 x 750 / 100 = 90 milliliters

750 ml - 90 ml is 660 ML. So, is 660 ml water?

Why dont they sell 90 ml ethanol on its own?

Because it is extremely volatile and secondly it is harmful to your organs in it pure form. Just like Oxygen is esential to many lifeforms but in its pure form Oxygen will make you blind by burning your Retina and then kill you. Cell metabolism would be too rapid and generate too much heat.

Tamu sana na jaba

It’s a secret recipe passed from generation to generation. I can try inbox but not reveal anything.

@PHARMACY tuwekee ya kalovoo

Weka ya mkarango. Hio unga ni tamu saidi.

siwesmind hio Zappa

ni siri ya kupashwa jandoni, eh? :D:D