Oct
21

How to Make Penne Alla Vodka (The Real Way!)

Penne Alla Vodka! Step by step how to make a real vodka sauce for pasta alla vodka, in this case, penne alla vodka. I used this very method in restaurants, c…

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Sep
30

Making Whiskey – Mile Hi Still – Moonshine – Reflux & Pot still

Testing my new 2″ mile hi distilling column on a stainless milk jug. It took forever to ship to New Zealand but I finally got it. It can make 190 proof liquo…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Sep
28

Bruno Mars – Moonshine – Arena Ciudad de México – (02-sep-2014)

Bruno Mars – Moonshine – Arena Ciudad de México – (02-sep-2014)

Moonshine: A Cultural History of America’s Infamous Liquor

Nothing but clear, 100-proof American history.

Hooch. White lightning. White whiskey. Mountain dew. Moonshine goes by many names. So what is it, really? Technically speaking, “moonshine” refers to untaxed liquor made in an unlicensed still. In the United States, it’s typically corn that’s used to make the clear, unaged beverage, and it’s the mountain people of the American South who are most closely associated with the image of making and selling backwoods booze at night—by the light of the moon—to avoid detection by law enforcement.

In this book, writer Jaime Joyce explores America’s centuries-old relationship with moonshine. From the country’s early adoption of Scottish and Irish home-distilling techniques and traditions to the Whiskey Rebellion of the late 1700s to a comparison of the moonshine industry pre- and post-Prohibition and a look at modern-day craft distilling, Joyce examines the historical context that gave rise to moonshining in America and explores its continued appeal. Even more fascinating than the popularity of the liquor itself is moonshine’s widespread effect on U.S. pop culture: moonshine runners were NASCAR’s first marquee drivers; white whiskey was the unspoken star of countless Hollywood film and television productions; and numerous songs inspired by making shine have come from such musicians as Dolly Parton, Steve Earle, Metallica, Ween, and others. While we can’t condone making your own illegal liquor, reading Moonshine will give you a new perspective on the profound implications that underground moonshine making has had on life in America.

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Sep
23

Roger Hodgson en Rosario, Easy Does It / Sister Moonshine.

18-04-2012 Metropolitano.

Sep
16

Moonshine Riddim Mix (Bassrunner Music) (June 2014)

LISTEN & DOWNLOAD MY NEW MIXTAPE JUNE 2014 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipAWx7ZeySA THIS VIDEO IS FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED Tha…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Sep
12

How to make Apple moonshine

Making apple pie moonshine.

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Sep
09

Moonshine Documentary

Video Rating: 5 / 5

Sep
02

How To Make Vodka Sauce

Learn how to make vodka sauce with Chef Mark from LearnToCook.com. For a complete recipe to accompany this video please visit http://learntocook.com/sauce/ho…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Aug
27

National Geographic Moonshine Documentary

National Geographic Moonshine Documentary Valuable Documentary,Need to Know,documentary,documentary videos,salutary documentaries,documentaries,ufo documenta…

Moonshine: A Cultural History of America’s Infamous Liquor

Nothing but clear, 100-proof American history.

Hooch. White lightning. White whiskey. Mountain dew. Moonshine goes by many names. So what is it, really? Technically speaking, “moonshine” refers to untaxed liquor made in an unlicensed still. In the United States, it’s typically corn that’s used to make the clear, unaged beverage, and it’s the mountain people of the American South who are most closely associated with the image of making and selling backwoods booze at night—by the light of the moon—to avoid detection by law enforcement.

In this book, writer Jaime Joyce explores America’s centuries-old relationship with moonshine. From the country’s early adoption of Scottish and Irish home-distilling techniques and traditions to the Whiskey Rebellion of the late 1700s to a comparison of the moonshine industry pre- and post-Prohibition and a look at modern-day craft distilling, Joyce examines the historical context that gave rise to moonshining in America and explores its continued appeal. Even more fascinating than the popularity of the liquor itself is moonshine’s widespread effect on U.S. pop culture: moonshine runners were NASCAR’s first marquee drivers; white whiskey was the unspoken star of countless Hollywood film and television productions; and numerous songs inspired by making shine have come from such musicians as Dolly Parton, Steve Earle, Metallica, Ween, and others. While we can’t condone making your own illegal liquor, reading Moonshine will give you a new perspective on the profound implications that underground moonshine making has had on life in America.

Aug
26

Drunk Steele: Moonshine, Bonn Scott, Fat Chicks, & Stogies

A drunken Steele stumbles into the infamous “Dorm Room” In Bay City, MI after the bar closed with a whole lot of nothing to say. He discusses white whiskey, …
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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