Magnolia 76 - UNION 76
3301 W Mc Graw St, Seattle WA
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 89
GPS coordinates: N 47.63933 W 122.40123 (located from address)
Updated by JT, April 27, 2020 21:39 CDT
Single hose system, so filling on pure non-eth will depend on who filled ahead of you, especially if you have a small bike, or a gas can etc. due to leftover whatever was before you in the hose. I suspect that's where the "Trace Amounts" comes from.
Updated by KC, November 29, 2019 18:42 CST
Bought Mid grade labeled as No Ethanol and "Trace Amounts"
Updated by Steve R, August 26, 2019 12:36 CDT
Just went here to get E0. Mid grade is labelled contains trace amount of ethanol. How much? At $4.39 / gallon should have none!
Updated by Scott B., April 25, 2018 21:10 CDT
I verified in-person with owner (he was working the register) that mid-grade is ethanol-free. Pumps are clearly labeled. Only mid-grade is ethanol-free. Seattle has a hefty soda-pop tax now, so maybe buy a bag of chips to help support the owner.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 26, 2017 15:23 CDT
Called and verified this station does still sell E0 gas.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, July 26, 2017 15:22 CDT
Removed by David Bertholf Jr, July 25, 2017 14:36 CDT
I drove there today to get ethanol free gas for my small-engine equipment and the gas here is in fact ethanol-blended so I would appreciate you take this off the list so people like me don't waste their time going their.
Updated by Sachijones, November 04, 2016 0:08 CDT
Still running clear gas on all pumps, 89 only! It's clearly marked. Currently $3.459/g.
Updated by Chris, November 05, 2014 3:36 CST
Went by tonight and only the 90 is ethanol free. There is a good labels on the pump that point to only the 90 being ethanol free.
Updated by Tom D, October 19, 2014 13:52 CDT
Spoke with an employee on the phone who said that only the "premium" was ethanol free. I'll check back in to confirm after I visit in person.
Updated by Scott B., January 14, 2014 16:42 CST
At this gas station, only mid-grade (90 octane) is ethanol-free. The owner says ethanol-free premium is not available for him to purchase. 87 octane and 92 octane are not ethanol-free. There is required signage (regarding ethanol) on the pumps that may create doubt/confusion. The gas station owner has added additional signage on the pumps that points to the mid-grade (90 octane) as being ethanol-free. Please support this owner by buying chips/drinks/anything from inside the store. In-store purchases usually provide the only profit for a gas station owner.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 11, 2013 20:31 CDT
Added phone number.
Posted by Kelly Reiter, May 10, 2013 10:12 CDT