You mean, everything dissolved in water?
Ethanol would evaporate first, followed by water, both being difficult to separate well. You can check what happens at alcohol distilleries.
Both glycerine and NaOH stay strongly bound with some residual water. I ignore how to separate these two. A high temperature would evaporate water away conveniently. Maybe NaOH settles down as you evaporate the water?
You'll make your life easier if you accept some losses and a limited purity, like 80%+20% ethanol+water. If you seek to reuse these compounds, maybe it's good enough.