I am retired and live on a sailboat and often can be found in Clarks Court Bay Grenada. The bay houses the Clarks Court rum distillery. they produce a strong rum which is 87% alcohol. I am looking at a project which involves building something similar to a Stuart V twin Oscillator 7/ 16th bore and stroke. A simple copper vertical boiler These to be fitted to a model launch about 45 inches long. In the beginning I was thinking that I would use a butane gas system to heat the boiler. Then I had an epiphany, what about using this strong rum It would be a nice touch I spent an hour or so with Mr Google It looks like an unpressurised system is an east build but carries no easy hut down mechanism. Looking for a pressurized system I could not find any off the shelf system like this https://www.msrgear.com/stoves/whisperlite that would work with alcohol The bottle is attacked by alcohol [ they say ] So am I crazy or will rum work? Any plans around for a pressurised burner that I can experiment with.