Scotch whisky leftovers may help your car drink and drive9/25/2012
You shouldn't drink and drive, but soon, your car can. In what is reportedly a first, a deal has been signed between a Scottish whisky distillery and a company that plans to use leftovers from the distilling process to produce go-juice for vehicles. More than 90 percent of the product that exits a distillery isn't delicious whisky, but rather leftovers that are high in sugar, which Celtic Renewables and the Tullibardine distillery in Perthshire, Scotland, are partnering to turn into butanol, a replacement for car fuel. Cars, get ready to par-tay. [Source]
Would you be willing to try an alternative fuel type?