Did you know that you can legally and inexpensively make your own alcohol based fuels at home. Today Steven Harris joins us to discuss doing just that!
We start off with the easiest method by using sugar and move onto ways to cut the cost to almost nothing such as getting left over bread, cola syrup, old doughnuts, etc as feed sources for your yeast.
Steven is also giving away five free copies of Alcohol Can Be A Gas by David Blume which the absolute bible on making your own alcohol based fuels. You can enter that contest at IMakeMyOwnGas.com
Making alcohol based fuels is actually very easy and in fact Steven describes it as the “second oldest profession known to man”. If anchorite Sumerians could make beer from spoiled barley gruel surly anyone can learn to basically do the same thing today.
Join Us Today As We Discuss…
- What exactly is alcohol based fuel made up of
- Can it be run safely in modern engines
- What are the best sources of material for making your own alcohol fuels
- How can you make your own fuel tomorrow in your own home with less than a 250 dollar start cost
- What is the difference between ethanol and methanol
- The good, bad and ugly of using corn as a fuel stock
- A laundry list of just about everything that you can use to make alcohol fuels with
- How to get a free permit for making alcohol fuel
- How you could make your own consumable alcohol if the SHTF – currently illegal
- The stuff a brewer has to worry about that a fuel maker can totally ignore
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