A quartet of tipples from the mountains of the panhandle

Moonshine got its name about 200 years ago because it was distilled by the light of the moon to avoid detection by the tax man. This illicit distilling of high-alcohol, clear whiskey continued across the country at least through the 1940s. Today, moonshine is perfectly legal and crafted in the sunshine, but the mystique remains.

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