Daily News: Happy Hour’s Return to Illinois, British Drinking Habits and Gas Made from Beer

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All the News That’s Fit to Drink: your daily dose of news and happenings from around the drink-osphere.

– Drivers in Auckland, New Zealand, now have the option to fuel their cars with “Brewtroleum” – a 98-octane fuel made with ethanol from leftover yeast that was used to make beer.

– Only 23 percent of British drinkers go out to pubs on a regular basis—and most of Britain’s 18- to 34-year-olds are three times more likely to drink with friends at home than at a bar.

– Burgundy and Champagne have been granted World Heritage Site status.

– The demand for craft beer brewers is so high—and supply comparatively low—that one Texas college is offering a six-week course on brewing to fill the “talent drought.”

– Finally, happy hour might be returning to Illinois, where it’s been illegal since 1989.

[Photo: Flickr/Brandon Martin-Anderson]

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