spud juice
 n.— «Spud juice was made in a five-gallon bucket with two large cans of tomato juice, four pounds of sugar, one tablespoon of yeast shaken up in a small container of hot water, and roughly three gallons of water.…These days the inmate didn’t have time to hide the brew for nearly two weeks. The new spud juice took merely forty-eight hours and was 90 proof. It was just like imbibing vodka and tomato juice.» —by Rosalyn McMillan Flip Side of Sin Apr., 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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