Moonshine, white lightning, mountain dew, hooch, homebrew, and white whiskey
are terms used to describe high-proof distilled spirits that are generally produced
illicitly. Moonshine is typically mad...
All copper "moonshine" distillers featured on the site are non-functional props. All
recipes ... Federal law states that it is legal to own a still of any size. It doesn't ...
Jan 27, 2014 ... Robinson sells stills — which are perfectly legal to own — from roughly 3 gallons
in capacity to about 13. He ships to all states, but the core ...
Now, on a state level, the moonshine laws are going to vary depending on where
to live. Some states have laws on owning stills while others don't—some states ...
Jun 17, 2015 ... Now legal in parts of the United States, American "moonshine" is proving a hit ...
one of the legends of bootlegged moonshine, with his largest ever still. .... They
played a game of cat and mouse with the authorities, as illegal ...
In addition to the actual still ... illegal distilled alcohol is subject to seizure.
Sep 10, 2015 ... Legal answer: Federal law provides no exemptions for the production of distilled
spirits for ... Why is moonshine illegal? ... Why is it allowed for personal use in
other states? ... How can I make a homemade moonshine still?
Can still be seized? ... collector of internal revenue for the United States.
Mar 12, 2014 ... American Home Distillers Association ... Although possessing a still for making
alcohol is illegal, owning one to distill water is legal, according to California Code
... What is the Penalty For Selling Moonshine in California?
Apr 30, 2013 ... The old craft of making moonshine is still prevalent in modern-day Virginia ...
distillers in Virginia, and the first craft distillery in the United States.