North Central Co-Op - COUNTRYMARK
16222 Allisonville Rd, Noblesville IN
317-773-0870
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 91
GPS coordinates: N 40.02392 W 86.01011 (located from address)
Updated by Aaron Bibb, September 11, 2017 17:20 CDT
Best place in Noblesville to get ethanol free gas for vintage bikes / cars. Filled up a few times in the past week.
Updated by Eric, March 30, 2017 17:19 CDT
Got 10 gallons today.
Updated by Derick, October 22, 2014 12:52 CDT
October 2014, 91+ eth free as marked on the pump, confirmed.
Updated by Don Plesner, June 11, 2014 14:04 CDT
At pumps 1 and 2 it is marked 91+ it is ethanol free fuel. They are on the south side of shack at fuel pumps
Updated by indyguy, March 29, 2014 16:12 CDT
Was at this station today and as of October 1st 2013, there is no attendant and I didn't see any pump that had any ethanol free gas available.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, January 17, 2014 21:21 CST
Added phone number.
Updated by Dwight Kellams, May 30, 2012 8:06 CDT
I purchased ethanol free gas from this station for the first time. Attendant was extremely helpful. There is a separate nozzle for the ethanol free gasoline and it is marked 90 octane.
Updated by Belinda Puetz, February 24, 2012 9:41 CST
It's a 91 octane
Updated by David Whitacre, July 02, 2011 6:26 CDT
The 90+ grade of fuel is not blended with ethanol. The other grades are. Not all of the Countrymark stations carry the 90+ fuel - but if they do it is ethanol free. I spoke with Steve Thomas of Countrymark and he directed me to the station in Liberty, Indiana and I bought the 90+ at that location. I tested it and it was ethanol free.
Updated by Sam Bharr, June 23, 2011 21:55 CDT
Guys, you need to be scientific about this, especially for airplanes. See my very first post. I haven't been there for over a year, but I know it was 90 oct (mid grade) and alcohol-free because I tested it before I used it in my plane. Make sure you talk to someone who really knows (like the CountryMark tanker driver I talked to who gets and delivers the products.) Attendants are a notoriously poor source of information on this stuff. If you use it in an airplane you owe it to yourself, but most of all, to your passengers, to TEST IT YOURSELF. It's not rocket science. Also, the color must be pale yellow, period! Just take a clear little narrow glass bottle, or test tube, preferably. (I use a tall glass salt shaker.) Put an inch of water in it. Mark the water level. Fill the rest with fuel, but not all the way to the top so you can shake it vigorously. Then let it stand for a minute or so. If it emulsifies and the water level settles above the mark, it's got alcohol. If it stays separated and the IF THE WATER LEVEL STAYS THE SAME, THERE IS NO ALCOHOL. Google it and learn why this is a valid test.
Updated by Oliver, April 30, 2011 12:24 CDT
Because of Earl's comment above, I spoke to the fuel specialist at the Co-Op. He said that the "90 +" fuel is alcohol-free. I tested this and indeed it is alcohol-free.
Updated by Earl, April 18, 2011 15:33 CDT
Bought and tested 92 octane It does not contain alcohol! CountryMark has been selling alochol free gasoline for years.Above reports of alcohol in fuel appear to not be true.
Updated by Oliver, February 20, 2011 19:28 CST
I bought and tested their 92 octane fuel for ethanol today. Unfortunately, it contains approx. 10% alcohol.
Updated by Robert Davidson, December 20, 2010 22:23 CST
I contacted CountryMark and received a reply from Steve Thomas on December 16, 2010: "I’m afraid as with most gasoline marketers that we only offer 10% ethanol blends. This is due to the economics of ethanol. And the Renewable Fuel Standard mandated by the Federal Government."
Posted by Sam Bharr, July 19, 2010 15:46 CDT
Comes direct off the Hamilton County Farm Bureau Co-op tanker truck. He gets it from the pipeline distribution point in Jolietville, Ind. The grass-strip airport (I80) in Noblesville buys their Mogas from them. I tested it. It's pure. Dye=yellow, like, well, yellow snow, if you know what I mean.