Drinks writer Martin Morse Wooster writes at RealClearBooks.com: “It’s a beverage that deepens the friendships and strengthens the spines of mountain people from the Appalachians to the Urals. Its producers have been discussed and celebrated in books, movies and reality
The Daily Caller‘s Carter DeWitt writes: “Kevin Kosar, vice president of policy at the R Street Institute, recently released a gem of a book covering an oft-joked about but little understood topic — illicit distilled spirits. Titled “Moonshine, A Global
Winston Groome writes at the July 3/10, 2017 Weekly Standard: “Moonshine always reminds me of the time the great P. J. O’Rourke got hold of a jug of the stuff in college and it caused him to be struck blind.
Kara Newman writes: “Much of the current demand for legally produced moonshine has been filled by small distilleries, who are often new to the booze business,” says Kevin Kosar in his book Moonshine: A Global History. “Moonshine is an attractive
The May 2017 issue of Modern Distillery Age carries a review of Moonshine: A Global History.
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