Alcohol production is very energy intensive due to the temperature changes and sheer number of plant resources that go into it. Alcohol production is therefore quite wasteful. However, on the consumption side of alcohol the waste can be dramatically reduced. You may have seen bartenders squeezing a lime then discarding it or similar practices. Soon […]
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So, as we all know (unless you’re not from Canada, in which case, learn about other countries already!) this past weekend we celebrated the 145th birthday of our great nation. For those of you who don’t know me very well, I should tell you that I LOVE me some Canada Day…I’m mean LOVE!How much do . . . → Read More: Paulitical Satire: Canada Day – The Weekend That Was
So, a few weeks ago our esteemed videographer and I made a Movie Monday video extolling the virtues of local food. When we put it out to the world and started getting feedback we were struck by how many people really enjoyed the learning and the topic. That got us thinking “what other politics matters . . . → Read More: Paulitical Satire: The Paulitics of Beer – Movie Monday
So, last weekend our esteemed Movie Monday videographer and I got to do something super awesome: we went on the “Old Toronto Beer Tour“. Now, I should start off by telling you that drinking from 11am-9pm was something that I did for all of you, my fair readers. See, it was research . . . → Read More: Paulitical Satire: Follow Friday – Old Toronto Beer Tour – #FF
Political genius in a bottle…or really, genius generally!
So, I must admit to something right off the bat: I’m a whiskey on the rocks drinker. For those of you who are purists you’re saying “Paul, the ice waters down the whiskey!”. Others, perhaps non-whiskey drinkers, are saying “dude, there better be some coke in . . . → Read More: Paulitical Satire: Rye Whiskey – Lubricating Canadian Politics Since 1769
Celtic Renewables has found a way to turn a byproduct from the creation of whiskey into something even more flammable: fuel. This will greatly lower the wast from whiskey distillation while contributing to the growing field of bio-energy. Neat!
This isn’t the first time someone has thought to turn whiskey waste into energy. A handful . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Biofuel from Whiskey