Do NOT buy this fuel, it does not work as a alcohol stove fuel, it leaves a really bad residue of soot on your pot. It contains up to 10% isopropyl alcohol by volume, I believe they use that create the yellow flame tips. If the flame is allowed to burn all the way, without contacting anything, it actually burns fine, but that is of course useless for a stove.
If you have some left, give it to friends who have outdoor fireplaces, it makes a fine fuel to start them or to just make a bigger flame or whatever, but this stuff has no place in your stove, unless you want to get totally black fingers and face and stuff sacks and cozies, a greasy soot that is very hard to wash off at home, and probably almost impossible in the wilds.
Chalk this one up to experience, ignore this as an option, nothing I have ever seen is worse than this as a stove fuel. I didn't get around to testing it til this week, so I'm updating this thread in case someone got caught with the fuel and can't figure out why their pots got so black, it's not you or your stove, it's the fuel.
mentioned alcohol fuel from e-nrg.com
Have to order minimum 12 quarts for 73 dollars, anyone interested in splitting an order, I think 4 or 5 quarts would do me fine.
Appealing to not use that nasty denatured stuff and to have to waste the metal cans. Still wasting the plastic, of course, but it's less weight.
If 1 or more of you in the Bay Area want to go in on one box of this I'll order a 12 pack of quarts, and we can split it, you pick up from me.
Cheaper than klean strip green.