A copper pot still churns away in a misty swamp. Dark smoke billows from the furnace while moonshine trickles into a jug from the worm. It looks like the moonshiner has run off though. Once should never leave a still alone when distilling.
Actually, this would not be a particularly practical still. Firstly, it would be easy to spot from the air (perhaps that's why the boot legger has fled). Furthermore, it would be pretty labor intensive as the moonshiner would have to constantly dump buckets of cool water into the condenser. Traditionally, a moonshine still would be located downhill from a cool water source, so that it could be piped into the condenser. Plus it would be hidden in some mountain forest to help hide the shiner's activity from the law
February 26th, 2013
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