International Institute for Ecological Agriculture

Alcohol Can Be a Gas! Fueling an Ethanol Revolution for the 21st Century

The only comprehensive book on alcohol fuel (ethanol) production and use for home and farm. A complete resource for farmers, contractors, small-scale entrepreneurs, people interested in alternative energy or Peak Oil, and anyone who’s disgusted each time they fill their tank with gas. Written by veteran alcohol fuel guru David Blume. Alcohol Can Be a Gas! is the result of four years of full-time research, and has been reviewed by scientists worldwide. It is the definitive reference work on alcohol fuel, with 640 8-1/2 by 11 pages, 514 figures, 473 endnotes, 700-word glossary, 6300-entry index. Kirkus says, “Written with enterprising do-it-yourselfers in mind, Blume offers countless hands-on technical solutions, ranging from home stills to for-profit manufacturing strategies, and builds chapters on detailed charts, graphs, and step-by-step building instructions, giving activist-minded readers the data and resources they need to implement personal and individualized energy solutions.”
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Nov. 2007

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