The purpose of this research is to produce briquettes as an alternative fuel for tobacco ovens. There are two briquettes produced, namely briquettes made from water hyacinth and briquettes made from rice husk ash. The two briquettes were made with a variation of the composition of 10% tapioca starch adhesive and 90% base material to get the best briquette results to be applied as an alternative material in the community tobacco oven process. In addition to variations in the basic material, variations in pellet geometry were also carried out, which included solid boxes, hollow boxes, solid tubes, and hollow tubes. Each geometry is printed with a pressure variation of 10 PSI, 20 PSI, and 30 PSI. The results showed that briquettes made from rice husk ash produced higher heat than water hyacinth briquettes. Hollow briquette pellet geometry produces higher heat compared to solid briquettes. Hollow box geometry produces the best heat compared to solid tube geometry. The optimum pressure in the manufacture of briquette pellets is produced at a pressure of 20 PSI.