Drink and Drive: Sierra Nevada to make ethanol from waste beer yeast

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EFuel100, the makers of the “world’s first home ethanol distiller, has just signed a deal with Sierra Nevada Brewing Company to install MicroFueler machines at the Chico, California brewery to produce ethanol from waste beer yeast. Celebration! [BusinessWire via Earth2Tech]

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3 Responses to Drink and Drive: Sierra Nevada to make ethanol from waste beer yeast

  1. Anonymous says:

    #1 That’s far better than what they do with the stuff in Australia.

    Vegemite is the food of the gods. I shall hear no ill said of it!

  2. Agies says:

    That’s far better than what they do with the stuff in Australia.

  3. techdeviant says:

    Hey I went to school in Chico, neat!

    Now they just have to convince the Chico State students to drink even more Sierra Nevada than they already do, you know, to increase ethanol production.

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