Ga. Peaches Touted As Future Fuel Source

Read the full story in the Houston Chronicle.

Part-time farmer Jimmy Griner hopes his ever-so-fragrant, crystal-clear, 180-proof moonshine can help solve the nation’s energy problems.

Griner arrived at the Georgia Bioenergy Conference this week carrying of quart of the stuff in a Mason jar. He’s licensed to make 10,000 gallons a year of the high-octane elixir that’s distilled from fermented Georgia-grown wheat.

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