This Kentucky company finds multiple uses for their high purity alcohol

The “I” states, like Illinois and Idaho, are known for growing corn and turning it into ethanol.
However, there is a plant in Kentucky doing that too and it has found a number of different uses for its high-purity alcohol.

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