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Moonshine!: Recipes * Tall Tales * Drinking Songs * Historical Stuff * Knee-Slappers * How to Make It * How to Drink It * Pleasin' the Law * Recoverin' the Next Day Paperback – May 1, 2007
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"Since 2001, I've traveled over 14,000 miles and interviewed over fifty extra-legal distillers to debunk the notion that moonshining is a dead or dying craft."
Without a doubt, the knowledge and appreciation Mr. Rowley gained while conducting research for this book "shines" through on every page.
Accordingly, of all the volumes I've read on the topic of craft distilling, Moonshine is the most readable, pragmatic, and entertaining.
Given the book's numerous quotes, sidebars, recipes, and (yes), guidance on still construction, one might even say that it carries an important measure of forgotten United States culture.
Got this for my best friend these past holidays, and might have to get MYSELF a copy: it's very easy to get caught up reading the anecdotes and little bits of history. Plus, of course, DRINK MIXES/recipes abound!
(Made a great themed gift with this lovely book, a fancy shot glass, and the replacement of one of our most beloved CDs of drinking songs: Whiskey in the Jar: Essential Irish Drinking Songs & Sing Alongs.))
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not only the history, but the humor ia great. Still have to try the recipes.Published 2 months ago by Dorothy Gregory
Although this book is just the basics I gave it 4 stars because I had no prior knowledge of distilling prior to reading this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
What can I say except, Awesome book! Great recipes and very detailed information!Published 4 months ago by Paul
had I not already had practical experience in this craft, I would have been amazed. and I did find new ways to try which pleases me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by steve penson
interesting book with interesting tidbit of anecdotal history, too.Published 5 months ago by reviewer