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My adventures in the Nanny State of Pennsylvania

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    Now I'm craving Moonshine from Gatlinburg, TN, where a secret Russian army is stationed.
    I know those moonshine tastings are considered wimpy by some of the PF members but I really enjoyed them
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    I use to get the shine from a friend in NC, came in gallon milk jugs, my ex use to drink it along with my brother and father, all are gone now.
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    one of the best moonshine songs

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    and of course willie

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    I don't know if rye whiskey qualifies as moonshine, but I've always liked this piece:

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    I think W. C Fields once said "I spent most of my money on Whiskey and women - the rest I just wasted."
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    Quote Originally Posted by sideKahr View Post
    I don't know if rye whiskey qualifies as moonshine, but I've always liked this piece:

    American Rye Whiskey is not usually considered "moonshine" it is the legal designation of a whiskey made with at least 51% Rye with the balance of ingredients being corn and barley. It also must be aged in New Barrels not used barrels.

    Bourbon differs from Rye Whiskey in that it is made using at least 51% corn and in order to be classified as Kentucky Straight Bourbon, it too must be aged in new barrels for 2 years.

    I prefer Kentucky Straight Bourbon to Rye Whiskey. But lately I've been sipping Gentlemen Jack which is Tennessee Whiskey not bourbon and it is double mellowed in charcoal barrels before and after aging. I like it alot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    American Rye Whiskey is not usually considered "moonshine" it is the legal designation of a whiskey made with at least 51% Rye with the balance of ingredients being corn and barley. It also must be aged in New Barrels not used barrels.

    Bourbon differs from Rye Whiskey in that it is made using at least 51% corn and in order to be classified as Kentucky Straight Bourbon, it too must be aged in new barrels for 2 years.

    I prefer Kentucky Straight Bourbon to Rye Whiskey. But lately I've been sipping Gentlemen Jack which is double mellowed in charcoal barrels before and after aging. I like it alot.

    Attaboy Slip! I like GJD alot to .. welcome aboard and continued enjoyment to ya!.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    American Rye Whiskey is not usually considered "moonshine" it is the legal designation of a whiskey made with at least 51% Rye with the balance of ingredients being corn and barley. It also must be aged in New Barrels not used barrels.

    Bourbon differs from Rye Whiskey in that it is made using at least 51% corn and in order to be classified as Kentucky Straight Bourbon, it too must be aged in new barrels for 2 years.

    I prefer Kentucky Straight Bourbon to Rye Whiskey. But lately I've been sipping Gentlemen Jack which is Tennessee Whiskey not bourbon and it is double mellowed in charcoal barrels before and after aging. I like it alot.
    Have you tried old overholt... Rye whiskey drank by Abe Lincoln, Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. It's about $20 a bottle and it's smooth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6811 View Post
    Have you tried old overholt... Rye whiskey drank by Abe Lincoln, Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. It's about $20 a bottle and it's smooth.
    I've tried it and liked it. So much booze, so little time.
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