Hassler's - UNBRANDED
3200 Us Hwy 422, Womelsdorf PA
610-589-2852
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 87 89 91
GPS coordinates: N 40.36991 W 76.18874 (located from address)
Updated by George, August 17, 2017 15:36 CDT
87 $2.78, 89 $2.94, 91 $3.09
Updated by George, July 19, 2017 16:03 CDT
Same as last week. $2.72, $2.88, $3.03
Updated by George, July 10, 2017 15:34 CDT
87, $2.72, 89, $2.88, 91, $ 3.03
Updated by carl, July 05, 2017 14:03 CDT
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Updated by George, June 30, 2017 20:20 CDT
6/30/17 87, $2.63, 89, $2.78, 91, $2.93
Updated by Chris, October 28, 2016 14:23 CDT
Agree on the little green button comments :-) All gas at this station is E0 and three octanes. Love it.
Updated by Al, June 09, 2016 10:09 CDT
They upgraded their pumps not too long ago, make sure you hit the tiny green start button to start pumping. Despite the signs on pump to hit the green button, I noticed customers still struggling. Prices are about 30 cents higher than the corn juice up the street.
Updated by Mike, May 21, 2015 11:55 CDT
One nice thing about this station is if you are using a credit card, you can purchase 24/7 - they never shut the pumps off!
Updated by ethfreeguy, March 29, 2015 19:46 CDT
Just got some there last night - $2.89 for 87; $2.04 for 89; and $3.19 for 91. Agree with earlier comment about only using ethanol free gas on boats.
Updated by Ed, November 08, 2014 15:18 CST
Just went out today to fill up my small equipment cans. They're about 40 cents higher than the going rate, but it's worth it! 87, 89 and 91 octane without ethanol available at all pumps.
Updated by Mark, July 31, 2014 18:54 CDT
Filled up my 06 Camry 3x's, avg about 6 mpg better. Just filled up the 03 F-150 and will need to check mpg when ready to fill again...Gas is a bit more up front but at 6mpg on a 16 gal fill it saves $$ on the back end
Updated by ron, April 11, 2014 5:59 CDT
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Updated by Zenorini, October 07, 2013 16:54 CDT
This is a high volume station so the fuel should be fresh. Dedicated hose for each grade. Located on a main highway and found it easily with my navigation device. Only about 5 miles off I-78. Did a simple water/fuel separation test which indicated no ethanol. Each grade priced about 30 cents higher than other stations.
Updated by Kevin, September 12, 2013 18:14 CDT
Any chance of adding 93 octane non ethanol to your menu?!?
Updated by Melanni, August 22, 2013 13:55 CDT
I actually updated address and phone number. The other one listed is for the notary.
Updated by ellis, July 05, 2013 17:49 CDT
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Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, June 25, 2013 19:26 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Melanni, November 29, 2012 9:47 CST
The supplier from Mechanicsburg was just temporary. We ordered only 87 from them one time because the Allentown supplier was out of ethanol-free fuel.
Updated by Matt, November 16, 2012 22:25 CST
Is the supplier from Mechanicsburg the now permanent supplier? What happened to the Allentown supplier?
Updated by al, October 08, 2012 7:20 CDT
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Updated by Mike, September 25, 2012 21:51 CDT
Great news, thanks for letting us know.
Updated by Melanni, September 25, 2012 10:42 CDT
PREMIUM is back! We got a shipment this morning of 87, 89, and 91. Our supplier in Allentown is once again making ethanol free fuel. You should see the price drop around $0.10 per gallon.
Updated by Melanni, September 18, 2012 11:42 CDT
We are currently only selling 87 octane because our supplier in Allentown is out of ethanol free fuel. We had to purchase our gasoline from a supplier in Mechanicsburg, and they only had 87 available at a higher price than what we were purchasing it for in Allentown. I will keep you updated on any changes.
Updated by Mike, September 15, 2012 22:26 CDT
Only sell 87 now, not sure of the reason, but the price is currently 34 cents higher than the Turkey Hill up the road, which is way above average price spread. For the longest time the owners kept the price under $4 a gallon, but with gas prices so high, it went above $4, and then really shot up in price and they got rid of the higher octanes, not sure why, maybe because the price is so high and they figured it would be a non seller or the supplier stopped selling it. Higher octane pumps have bags over them and the price sign is blank for the higher octanes. Currently $4.30 per gallon.
Updated by wp, July 30, 2012 6:11 CDT
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Updated by Jim, July 25, 2012 22:20 CDT
I tested the 87 octane yesterday and it is still E0, just as the signs show at the pump. All grades are still E0. 20 cents higher than the Turkey Hill up the road, which is one of the smaller price gaps I have seen recently. Should increase when the next load gets dropped off. Will keep coming back. Through October, Hasslers is a having a monthly drawing for a $250 gas certificate, you can enter by spending over $40 per fill up. Check inside for details. Pumps are on 24/7. Just be careful when pulling out of the station to the east, it is a bit dangerous.
Updated by Tim, March 12, 2012 21:17 CDT
Got 46 gallons of 87 octane. My 2000 Honda Insight runs much smoother on pure gas.
Updated by FusionGuy, February 19, 2012 18:41 CST
Got gas there this afternoon. Stocked up on 10 gallons of 91. A bit more pricey but my motorcycle will be happier for it.
Updated by Rick, February 04, 2012 0:45 CST
The gas may be good but the repair shop is a rip off and the service manager is a liar.
Updated by Ron, December 29, 2011 23:59 CST
Melanni is right. I drive a 2001 Chevy Astro V6. I get 13.5 mpg on E10. I got 15.5 mpg on the pre-CBOB E0 that was available a couple of years ago. Now I get 17.5 or higher mpg on this new CBOB E0. On my most recent fill-up I got over 18 mpg. The bottom line is that for about a 9% increase in the cost of pure gas, I'm getting a minimum of 30% better gas mileage. Plus, I don't have to replace my fuel pump every 3 years.
Updated by Mike, December 26, 2011 13:00 CST
Still keeping E0 through next year.
Updated by Melanni, December 20, 2011 12:03 CST
Pure Gas unfortunately does cost more than the ethanol gas. But paying more for the pure gas does have its benefits, ie more miles per gallon, no damage to fuel pumps, etc. Do your research people!
Updated by Mike, December 03, 2011 23:23 CST
Got gas today after hours, 30 cents more than the TH up the road.
Updated by Barry Z, November 10, 2011 2:56 CST
You guys & gals need to know that aircraft fuel is different. I just got off the phone with Millennium Aviation at the Reading Airport. They sell 93 octane Aircraft Gas which has LOW LEAD for approx $6.50 per gallon. You deliver your gas containers to the front door, then their truck comes over and fills your containers. They are not allowed to pump directly into cars or trucks. The LOW LEAD is OK for engines made prior to the 1990's when the auto makers were forced to change to No-Lead gasolines starting in 1990, and leaded gasoline sales ended on 12/31/1995. If you have a 1983 or later, READ your book that came with your car. Since the 1970's there has been less and less LEAD in gasolines over time. Buying from Hassler's then adding the recommended amount of Lead & other additives is less expensive and gives you the level of control you need. Note: ANY amount of Lead will destroy Catalytic Converters. Go check prices on catalytic converters. BarryZ 1990 Greenwood Corvette www.CorvetteNation.Org
Updated by Greg, November 07, 2011 20:34 CST
Just drove 2 hrs round trip and was so excited to find E0 gas for my '71 Buick GS. It took a 1/4 tank to get out but a little over an 1/8 of a tank to get home.This car only gets 8-10 mpg but it was well worth the ride to get some E0 in the tank for winter storage...thanks Hassler's!!!
Updated by Tim, October 07, 2011 5:25 CDT
Bought straight gas here 10/03/11. Proudly displaying large signs with ethanol free gas. Good prices too. Nice store also.
Updated by Charlie, August 25, 2011 19:04 CDT
Nope, no ethanol in winter gas. This CBOB is the same gas that's used for mixing in ethanol, we are just able to get it without them adding any ethanol. The gasoline that comes up the pipeline has no ethanol in it cause it would corrode the pipeline. Ethanol is added at the terminal when the tanker truck is loaded. 100% pure ethanol is so corrosive it has to be trucked in to the terminal and stored separately until the tanker truck fills up. Also, my own mpg are much improved in my F-150!
Updated by Al, August 22, 2011 21:29 CDT
Thanks Charlie. Will the "winter gas" that we get in the late fall contain any ethanol? Are any additives used in E0 gas different that the additives in E10, winter or summer?
Updated by Charlie, August 14, 2011 11:45 CDT
Al, not 100% sure but I believe the answer is yes.
Updated by Al, August 14, 2011 8:43 CDT
So do all the E0 stations in PA sell the CBOB gas?
Updated by Melanni, August 13, 2011 7:29 CDT
As Charlie mentioned, we are no longer at 93 octane. I switched the stickers at the pumps yesterday to 91. Rich is now selling an octane booster to make up for this.
Updated by Al, August 10, 2011 19:55 CDT
Got 87 gas today for 3.69. I feel it is an ok deal to pay 20 cents more than TH for the E0. The old signs are back up advertising 100% pure gas and a few new ones too, cant miss them. There are old signs on the pumps that says ethanol added to increase octane but they must have been from the last few months and never taken down or covered. This is my closest station and I will continue to buy it from Hasslers. All grades are now E0.
Updated by Charlie, August 05, 2011 9:46 CDT
Since Charlies Fuel & Deli always had Pure Gas, I should add that my 2 mpg increase was comparing the old Pure Gas to the new CBOB Pure Gas. Another side note is the highest octane available will be 91 octane. So be careful of signs saying 93 octane, cause it ain't true.
Updated by Charlie, August 05, 2011 9:18 CDT
Just wanna add some more info to Melanni's update. The reason for the Pure Gas becoming more available is the rules have changed. All gasoline is shipped up the pipeline without any ethanol, then ethanol is added at the time the tanker truck is loaded. The rules were this new blend of gasoline, called CBOB, which started coming up the pipeline in April, had to be mixed with ethanol to be legal to sell. The Buckeye Petroleum Company lobbied to get the rules changed to be able to sell this CBOB without adding Ethanol. They were successful and CBOB can be sold without ethanol. This means we have an uninterrupted supply coming up the pipeline for a long time. My opinion is this new blend is also a much better quality product. My own gas mileage immediately increased by 2 mpg. So it's a win, win for all who use Pure Gas!!
Updated by Melanni, August 03, 2011 10:08 CDT
We are going to continue to provide E0 as long as they continue to make it in Pennsylvania. We do not know a time limit but will continue to inform our customers of any changes.
Updated by Al, August 02, 2011 20:14 CDT
Thanks Melanni. Any idea on how much longer you guys can get E0?
Updated by Melanni, August 02, 2011 11:13 CDT
Oh, I am the notary that works for Rich Hassler, the owner.
Updated by Melanni, August 02, 2011 11:12 CDT
PA list doubled because the terminal in Allentown that we get our fuel from started making ethanol free again. We weren't able to get it for a few months but it is back again.
Updated by Mike, July 31, 2011 21:23 CDT
Stopped by today. 87 is pure gas and the other two grades have 3% and 10% but that will change next week to 100% pure gas in all grades. Price for 87 was 26 cents higher than the Turkey Hill up the road, but that TH is one of the cheaper stations in the area this week. Not sure why the PA list doubled recently, but I am glad this station is back. Maybe it has something to do with ethanol subsidy being eliminated?
Updated by Mike, July 30, 2011 22:57 CDT
Website confirms: http://www.hasslersnotaryandauto.com/ Great news. Now I just have to check out the price. Hopefully it is not 30 cents higher.
Updated by Mike, July 30, 2011 22:24 CDT
Who is Melanni? The owner I talked to was a guy.
Updated by Sam, July 28, 2011 8:56 CDT
Back to E0 as per email from Melanni.
Removed by bill, April 22, 2011 9:18 CDT
Called today --no longer sell E0
Removed by bill, April 22, 2011 9:17 CDT
Called today --no longer sell E0
Updated by Bill, April 22, 2011 9:13 CDT
Called today and unfortunately Hassler's is done selling E0
Updated by Mike, April 16, 2011 22:11 CDT
Signs still up today for E0. 87 was 3.90 a gal, 18 cents higher than the Turkey Hill 1/4 mile up the road. 89 was 4.05 a gal.
Updated by Matt, March 27, 2011 22:28 CDT
I've never tried to buy it, but Reigle Airfield about 25 miles west in Palmyra carries 93 octane mogas. Maybe worth looking into...
Updated by Mike, March 25, 2011 16:59 CDT
Almost the end of the month, and still E0 today.
Updated by Mike, March 22, 2011 18:46 CDT
Comments out of order??
Updated by Mike, March 22, 2011 18:45 CDT
If he was to get a unleaded version (mogas) that is 2 hrs away, that is great, but we would pay out the wazoo for it. I applaud his gusto though. He may haven been talking about the Mifflintown Airport (http://www.airnav.com/airport/P34), they have mogas (87). Maybe he could talk to them and find their supplier. Avgas is leaded and not usable.
Updated by Mike, March 22, 2011 18:45 CDT
If he was to get a unleaded version (mogas) that is 2 hrs away, that is great, but we would pay out the wazoo for it. I applaud his gusto though. He may haven been talking about the Mifflintown Airport (http://www.airnav.com/airport/P34), they have mogas (87). Maybe he could talk to them and find their supplier. Avgas is leaded and not usable.
Updated by Ron, March 21, 2011 23:11 CDT
I also spoke with the owner (on 3/15). He restated what Mike said in regards to his current supplier's plans to discontinue E0 in the near future. However, he also said that E10 cannot be used in airplane engines, which means it should be available somewhere, and he would be willing to try to get it even if he had to travel 3 hours for it. So there is hope. It might not be a bad idea to seek him out on your next refuelling stop and let him know of your willingness to support such a venture.
Updated by Joe, March 21, 2011 17:09 CDT
Well, that just blows if they stop selling E0. I live right down the road and always get my gas there. Do they not know that people will pay for E0 to protect their investments. My 2000 Roadstar aint gonna be happy!
Updated by Joe, March 21, 2011 16:57 CDT
Well, that just blows if they stop selling E0. I live right down the road and always get my gas there. Do they not know that people will pay for E0 to protect their investments. My 2000 Roadstar aint gonna be happy!
Updated by Mike, March 09, 2011 20:06 CST
Had a nice conversation with the owner and he said that E0 will last about another 3-4 weeks, so by about the end of the month, E0 will be no more. He went on to say that the only single supplier in the area cannot afford the price increases and it is just too much to produce and will stop supplying it. I believe he means for the entire state, and not just the 2 stations in Berks County, but I am not sure.
Updated by Ron, March 09, 2011 11:21 CST
I don't think you have anything to worry about. Hasslers' business includes auto repair and notary as well as gas and the mini mart. There is too much to risk for a small economic gain. Yesterday I spoke with someone who lives about 1 mile fron Hasslers. He has several vehicles and buys gas for all of them at Hasslers. He has tested the gas in the past and reports better gas mileage from Hasslers E0 than E10 from elsewhere. One of his vehicles is a 1983 pickup that is a bellweather for E10. He doesn't need to test it. He will know shortly after refueling his pickup if there has been a switch. And I'm sure he would tell me if that were to happen. He also said he has seen both Shipley and BRT tankers filling the tanks in the past. Sounds like Hasslers' owner makes arrangements with a terminal and then contracts with whoever can deliver at that time.
Updated by Mike, March 07, 2011 16:47 CST
I see a lot of BRT tankers, especially at Redners. They have E10 gas, but that doesn't mean this station has E10, there are compartments in the tankers, one can hope that this station is not ripping us off. Anyone test this gas this month?
Updated by Ron, March 07, 2011 13:53 CST
On Tue Mar 1 a tanker displaying the letters "BRT" was delivering fuel as I pulled in to fill up. I checked the internet and BRT Inc. appears to be an independent gasoline delivery service.
Updated by Mike, March 06, 2011 8:11 CST
Drove by yesterday after hours, the gas price sign was laying in the grass and I could not enter the station as someone was blocking the entrance where they broke down, so I could not see the prices at the pump, but the sign that was on the canopy still said ethanol free gas.
Updated by Matt, March 01, 2011 2:19 CST
Please keep tabs here in early March... other eth free stations are falling off allegedly due to Reading delivery cutoff. Hope "as long as possible" means even if another terminal gets to deliver to them.
Updated by Ron, February 20, 2011 19:55 CST
I drive 15 miles every week to buy my gas here. Clerk inside says owner plans to provide ethanol free as long as it is available. Paid $3.299 on Feb 15, 2011 for 87 octane.
Updated by Mike, January 22, 2011 12:48 CST
Got gas this morning. 87 at $3.299/gallon
Updated by Mike, December 30, 2010 20:16 CST
Got gas today, still E0. I asked inside about how much longer they will stay E0 and I was told as long as possible, probably until a law comes into effect. Gas was 15 cents higher than the TH up the road.
Updated by Matt, December 05, 2010 18:30 CST
Stilll about the same spread against TH as Blouchs had against TH when Blouchs sold E0 in Lebanon. In fact, Blouchs is still 5-10 cents higher while selling E10. They're done with me...
Updated by Mike, December 04, 2010 23:02 CST
It worked for me today, not sure what happened in the past. Anyway, the gas is still E0 but their price was 15 cents higher than the turkey hill up the street.
Updated by Matt, December 04, 2010 21:42 CST
Just bought 15 gallons of premium 93 with a Visa on pump 4. Only button I pressed was yes on the receipt. IDK!
Updated by Matt, December 04, 2010 14:32 CST
I'm going there tonight... has worked 4x in the last 2 months... maybe not now for 10 days... well see!
Updated by Mike, December 02, 2010 16:03 CST
I tried their pump after hours and it did not work. I will try again, thanks Matt.
Updated by Matt, November 30, 2010 22:12 CST
Pumps are live 24/7 for card sales at the pump. I've gotten my e0 fix at all hours. Thank you, Hasslers!
Updated by Mike, November 20, 2010 23:30 CST
Still no ethanol contamination in their gas. 2 signs on the pumps indicate E0, although I have not tested it. Gas is 10 cents higher than the nearby Turkey Hill.
Updated by Bill, November 16, 2010 19:06 CST
Still E-free on 11/13. If you are a boater support stations like this. I found out about ethanol in boats the hard way.
Updated by Matt, November 06, 2010 3:47 CDT
Still selling pure gasoline as of 11/4... :-)
Updated by matt, June 27, 2010 3:00 CDT
93 octane
Posted by Chris Taylor, April 18, 2010 22:21 CDT
all Ethanol Free 3 grades Competitively priced based on surrounding gas stations.