More Mountain Spirits: The Continuing Chronicle of Moonshine Life

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More Mountain Spirits is an expansion of its predecessor Mountain Spirits, but it s also a treasure all its own. Recipes for all kinds of spirits are included: brandy, wine, and beer made from every fruit or vegetable you can think of, ranging from blackberry brandy to tomato beer to rhubarb wine. Of course, recipes for corn whiskey and real apple cider are included, too. You ll also meet more colorful characters those who were making, transporting, and selling spirits, as well as those who were tracking and ...

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Overview

More Mountain Spirits is an expansion of its predecessor Mountain Spirits, but it s also a treasure all its own. Recipes for all kinds of spirits are included: brandy, wine, and beer made from every fruit or vegetable you can think of, ranging from blackberry brandy to tomato beer to rhubarb wine. Of course, recipes for corn whiskey and real apple cider are included, too. You ll also meet more colorful characters those who were making, transporting, and selling spirits, as well as those who were tracking and arresting them. There s also a 36-page, step-by-step illustrated guide to building a copper pot still!

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  • ISBN-13: 9780914875031
  • Publisher: Bright Mountain Books, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1985
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Born in Kershaw, South Carolina, Joe Dabney is a versatile writer whose subjects range from airplanes to moonshine to Southern cuisine. A former newspaperman and retired Lockheed Martin public relations representative, Joe is a born storyteller. His cookbook Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread, & Scuppernong Wine is a winner of the James Beard Award.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2000

    How to make stills and old family recipes for various brews.

    Joseph Dabney continues his chronicling of the people and places that were involved in the manufacturing of moonshine in the Southern Appalachian Mountains which he began in Mountain Spirits. In this book, you will find the cast of characters of the first volume and meet additional ones: those who were making, distilling, selling, searching, tracking, and arresting those involved in the art and practice of making drinking whisky. <p>Whether they were moonshiners or 'revenooers' makes no difference. Each tells a side of the story about an area and time that is rapidly disappearing. Told from both sides of the fence, these stories are filled with humorous appreciation for the craftsmanship involved in this illegal art. Excellent by itself or with its companion volume, Mountain Spirits.

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