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Moonshine

Also known as white dog, white Whiskey, hooch, Mountain Dew and homebrew, a Moonshine by any other name would taste as sweet. While many confuse it with Whiskey, Moonshine actually refers to any high-proof distilled spirit.

Thanks to its unregulated history, Moonshine's developed a bad rap. But in reality, it's top-shelf spirit enjoyed by conoisseurs all over the world.
Why is Moonshine called Moonshine?
The term was used to refer to alcohol that was brewed and distributed illegally. The name Moonshine originated from the way it was distilled during the night only “using the moon light”.
What is Moonshine made of?
Distilling moonshine is a remarkably simple process, requiring four main ingredients: corn, sugar, yeast, and water. Corn can be substituted with various ingredients, including barley, rye, or fruit, but corn is most often used because it is cheap and easy to obtain.
Is Moonshine legal?
Moonshine, historically, has referred to an illegal Spirit and I definitely people still associate this practice with what’s being called Moonshine now. While it is still illegal for private citizens to distill Spirits for retail purposes, legitimate distillers can produce and sell Moonshine.
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