Still At It
Now that we've got the raw materials, I've had my assistant ready the still. He'll oversee the process, but I want you to help keep everything under control. You might be tempted to think that we just throw everything into the still and let it sit, but you're wrong.
Ingredients and heat need to be added at certain times, and the pressure regulated at others. You'll have no more than 10 seconds to react to a situation. Speak with "Tipsy" McManus when you're ready to start distilling.
Well, how did it turn out?
<Grimbooze gives the cask a shake.>
There's something in here, but the million gold question is, can you drink it? Don't you go anywhere; you'll be responsible for overseeing the sampling of the product, too.
"Tipsy" McManus will give you certain tasks when distilling, which involves throwing in bananas, oranges and papayas, as well as opening the pressure valve and lighting the brazier. When you're done, McManus will congratulate you and give you the barrel.