How to Complete The Wasted on Nukashine Fallout 76 Quest

The Wild Appalachia update for Fallout 76 is now available, and it includes a new brewing device that allows you to create the microbrewery of your dreams.

The Wild Appalachia update is now available for free, and all players will be able to participate in a new questline called Wasted on Nukashine. You’ll be able to make and drink your own boozy drinks after you’ve finished it. Fraternity Row, a new place near Morgantown, has now been added to the map, and you can go straight there to get started.

Alternately, communicate with one of the party invites posters that can be seen near train stations and other civilized places. You can also get a free poster from the Atomic Shop, hang it up at your campsite, and read it there.


Before you begin, collect any perishable ingredients you’ll need for this search last – you don’t want to go out of your way to buy anything to have it rust and be of poor quality while you’re making your signature cocktails.

Wasted On Nukashine

You’re headed to the Pi Frat House on Fraternity Road to see what’s going on. There are a few Ghouls inside, so take care of them first and stop using explosive devices because you’ll be battling in close quarters.

After that, go upstairs and search one of the bedrooms for the Terminal. Go to Messages and then Nukashine to start the quest’s next segment, which requires you to drink Nukashine. You’ll find a bottle on the desk beside you, so pop it open and enjoy. The Nukashine’s symptoms will hit you right away, and all you have to do now is wait until you’ve blacked out.


You’ll wake up in a new area each time you drink Nukashine, and there’s no telling where you’ll end up. The next step is to read the Nukashine bottle’s name. You must solve a riddle on the label concerning the location of a back door.

Big Al’s Tattoo Parlour in Morgantown is the place to go. You’ll see a Nukashine plaque next to a door in the back of the house. Take a look inside at the arrival terminal. You’ll notice that Big Al agreed to rent out his cellar to some enterprising youngsters who were supposedly producing Nukashine.

You discover that the Nuka Cola system in the breakroom does not have sugary drinks. It’s really a backdoor down to the basement, where there’s a speakeasy. Biv E. Ridge, a Robobrain, also survives off of alcohol down there. He’ll show you how to make your own Nukashine and how to ferment it.

Go through your list of items and check the ingredient list. Don’t worry if you’ve misplaced something; you’ll likely find it nearby. As I said at the outset, getting the perishable goods last is the best strategy.


The other half of this list can be found in the Supply Locker room, which is just off the room you’re in. Select Restrictions – Supply Room from the Terminal on the wall. The password for the room, which is in the Eta Psi building, must then be found. Judy’s Terminal is located on the first floor of the hotel.

Select Personal Journals, then Supply Space and the password will be unlocked, allowing you to open the door. When you get inside, you’ll find out that the hidden ingredient is Nuclear Waste – yikes! You’ll find three different types of it in the room you’re in.

And if you have to cook the water yourself, most of the ingredients, such as corn and boiled water, are relatively simple to come by. To do so, there’s a cooking station nearby. Nuka Cola Quantum will be the only other ingredient that will be more difficult to come by. Return to Biv after you’ve gathered everything, and he’ll show you how to make Nukashine.

You’ll begin with the Brewing Station, where you can make beer, spirits, or wine. Select Fermentable Nukashine after selecting spirits. You may either wait for it to ferment naturally or put it in a Flash-Fermenter to hasten the process before it becomes normal Nukashine.

Offer the Nukashine to Biv after it has aged, and he will assess its condition and complete the hunt. The Brewing Station and Fermenter can now be placed in your camp. To build a Brewing Station in your camp, you’ll need a lot of tools, so keep an eye out for the following items:

To expedite the process, you might plant the crops you’ll need and make bootleg booze at your camp.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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