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Me And My Likker: And Me And My Likker by Popcorn Sutton

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Me And My Likker: And Me And My Likker

Privacy Terms. Quick links. Pop Corn Sutton The long and storied history of distilled spirits. Sounded like he did though. Ask for feedback, you WILL get it. Plastic is always "questionable". Dont hurry.

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In my admittedly very limited experience, there are two kinds of moonshine: the hellish and the treacherous. The hellish, of course, is immediately recognizable by taste, like drinking and usually eventually vomiting liquid fire. The second kind, the treacherous, is sneaky. Regardless of my own terrible experiences with moonshine, its production is fascinating, and its history largely misunderstood. In , the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives raided Sutton, and he was sentenced to eighteen months in federal prison for the operation of an illegal still and possession of a firearm as a felon. Sutton was 62 years old at the time, and had just been diagnosed with cancer.

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