Bootleggers Distillery, in the heart of eastern Tennessee moonshine country, is quite likely the smallest legally operating distilleries in the U.S. It’s also one of the newest, having opened earlier this year. In addition to a white dog whiskey, Bootleggers makes a Charred version, aged for several months with wood. The distillery also produces a number of fruit-infused moonshines, as well as a Hot Toddie, all packed, of course, in mason jars.
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Well this is a cool blog to stumble upon! I love whiskey! Not how sure I feel about moonshine however. As a descendent of Scottish immigrants, I have to maintain a preference for a dram from the Old Country! Cheers!
Thanks for stopping by! I too prefer Scotch to moonshine, but moonshine definitely has its merits!
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