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moonshiner

n. a maker of moonshine. Moonshiners in the Georgia hills are using sophisticated electronic warning systems to keep one step ahead of the feds.
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It cost a moonshiner $1 to produce a gallon of whiskey he then sold for $40.
Because moonshiners are becoming increasingly sophisticated, the process of finding and destroying their operations can be a long and involved one.
Just as the white moonshiners have taken over and destroyed the former plantation house, it is equally symbolic that Temple's scene of degradation occurs at the hands of the white bootlegger/gangster in a corncrib and with a corncob--the abject remains of the main ingredient in moonshine whiskey.
Rawlings, who stayed in the Scrub, the wilderness area around the Creek, with a moonshiner and his mother and later with another family, saw them as "beautiful," a view not shared by other writers who saw them as, as George Barbour put it, "simply white savages" who could not exist in or near civilization (qtd.
Several new additions to the signature event include more tasting opportunities than ever before, and a brand new lineup of live music performances including an exciting show from Moonshiner Collective on Sunday, May 27.
Some of these have wonderful names including minutest diving beetle, iron blue mayfly, distinguished jumper spider, wormwood moonshiner, fancy-legged fly and English assassin fly.
The American's image of bourbon is of a shack deep in the woods, a moonshiner with trigger- happy fingers on a shotgun and souped-up cars speeding along backroads, evading the sheriff to supply trailer parks.
Critic Janet Maslin thought the film's opening sequence particularly good: It shows the young Flynt, then a Kentucky moonshiner, selling whiskey to a helpless old drunk in exchange for his last two bucks.
Like the miner, the moonshiner in one tale "was full of pride and hardheaded;" "he believed that he dominated the mountain;" he was "young and robust.
The maiden event may fall to local newcomer MOONSHINER (3.
Grosser learned the art of brewing from legendary Moonshiner Popcorn Sutton and with this current venture is expanding his repertoire through a wide range of adult beverages.
The story begins when an area moonshiner named Old Man Kanker, dies mysteriously in a still explosion.
In songs like Moonshiner or See That My Grave is Kept Clean, he does a pretty good job of making you feel sorry for the old worldweary narrator, even though his words of selfpity are coming from the mouth of a 20-year-old kid.
With a few simple clicks, fans can determine their Moonshiner name and if they are a "Rebel," "Outlaw" or "Maverick.