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Moonshiners Manual by Michael Barleycorn
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Moonshiners Manual

by Michael Barleycorn

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FOR SAM

A special thanks to the many
nameless moonshiners of
North America, and DAVE
HAYES and DON SAMSON.

AND

DICK
DAVE
MIKE
KEITH
DENNY
DENISE
RED RICK AND
THE UNDERGROUND
SHERIFF DEPT.

ARMAND BITEAUX SPIRITUAL ADVISOR
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Preface: A moonshiner is a person who makes illegal whiskey.
Introduction: Since the dawn of history men everywhere have discovered ways to make alcoholic beverages.
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From Author's Note: The sole intention of this book is to preserve a dying art. An American tradition from 1776 to 1976. A sacred technology of civilized man traced back as far a recorded history. A rapidly fading folklore, waning in the automated, mass-produced world of today.

The art of moonshining has been passed down throughout the centuries by word of mouth and apprenticeship.

This book is the final results of information gathered from scored of men and women across the continent. Saints and sinners alike who made, transported, drank, or busted the infamous moonshine.
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