The science of making moonshine
- GOOD STUFF. Schonbek, Amelia // Walrus;Apr2011, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p16
The article reports on the illicitly distilled corn liquor "Moonshine" which was considered better in taste and effect by drinkers in the U.S.
- MOSCOW. // National Review;12/18/1987, Vol. 39 Issue 24, p44
Reports on illicit distilling in Moscow, Russia. Increase in sugar consumption; Mikhail Gorbachev's visit to the farmers in Moscow; Sign of the rising production of moonshine.
- Still Crazy. Lauterbach, Christiane // Atlanta;Oct2011, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p40
The article offers information on the popularity of moonshine, an illicitly distilled liquor on which the distiller pays no taxes, in Georgia. Author Matthew Rowley says that white table sugar was the most common ingredient in moonshine until very recently. Moonshine is made with anything from...
- Modern moonshine. Root, Ken // High Plains Journal;7/27/2015, Vol. 133 Issue 30, p12B
A personal narrative is presented in which the author describes his experience of witnessing the illicit manufacturing of distilled spirits or alcohol also called moonshine whiskey, history of its making in the U.S. and its manufacturing process.
- Distiller doesn't have a bootleg to stand on. Richter, Chris // Business North Carolina;Aug2006, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p24
The article provides information on Madison, North Carolina-based Piedmont Distillers Inc. The company produces the Catdaddy Carolina Moonshine, a corn liquor similar to moonshiners, but legal. Piedmont president Joe Michalek worked for R. J. Reynolds Tobacco before buying the distiller in 2004....
- BE STILL MY HEART. LYNCH, AMY // Cincinnati Magazine;Jan2013, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p46
The article offers information on the distilling educational workshops and classes at the Moonshine University which provide hands-on crash courses in production methods for bourbon, gin, and other spirits.
- ISLAND SPIRIT. // Beverage Industry;Mar2013, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p19
The article offers brief information on the Hawaiian Moonshine distilled spirit from Island Distillers.
- Top of the wanted list in America... the bootleg haggis! Marc Horne // Mail on Sunday;9/ 7/2014, p35
IT is an illicit trade which evokes images of Al Capone-style gangsters shipping crates of moonshine and machine guns.
- "Moonshine" on the Mississippi. Cassidy, Duncan // New Republic;5/15/29, Vol. 58 Issue 754, p352
Focuses on the lives of bootleggers in selling liquors unlawfully in Mississippi. Incentive offered by the high prices of illicit liquor to Middle-Western farmers in converting their surplus of grains into a product that would increase their profits; Contribution of the earnings of youth from...