The New Zealand fuel based on beer
DB Export Beer Factory in New Zealand has developed a new bio fuel containing residues of the fermentation process. The fuel was called “Brewtroleum” and is a mixture of 10% ethanol and 90% gasoline premium, according carbuzz.com .
The new fuel is in limited production and was chief marketing idea brewery in the DB Export, Sean O’Donnell. He said that will be produced 80,000 gallons of such fuel, equivalent to 300,000 liters.
The new engine helps clean fuel and less polluting, say those who produced it. The author concludes by recommending to those left without fuel in the tank on the highway not to fill with beer.