Well not exactly, but I have started making my own alcohol at home. By federal law, I'm allowed 100 gallons of beer and 100 gallons of wine a year. That seems like a lot. There's a kit one can buy online (I don't feel like looking it up right now) and it comes with pre-measured yeast packs and an airlock. I started with pineapple, but the brand I was using had pulp, which ended up blocking the vent and caused the airlock to pop off. I'll keep my eyes out for a pineapple juice without solids in it. Right now I'm finishing off my apple. It's not very strong, but it tastes nice.
I found it especially nice last evening after a night of drinking and dancing. Most people probably associate hangovers with waking up the next day, but I've noticed that if I drink enough early in the day, I will start to get a headache once I stop drinking. One way to curb it is to grab a beer and take a swig. Usually that does the trick, but it's important to not drink too much more. So I went out for a friend's birthday, but it was also St Patrick's Day. I started drinking around 7:30 and stopped at 10, or so. Once downtown, I had a little water and a Red Bull. Much dancing. Afterward, I swung by McDonald's for some chicken nuggets and then headed home. I noticed this weird feeling and identified it as the very beginning of the hangover. I poured a glass of sturm (technically what I made) and that staved it off until I was asleep.
I decided I would look it up after all. My e-mail confirmation calls the kit "DIY Juice to Alcohol Kit". Reading online in various homebrew forums shows the contempt some people have for it, as it's not very sophisticated. I don't care. It makes alcohol ;)