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Moonshine is an ancient infusion of spirits, usually whiskey, produced without the aid of central distillation.
For centuries, the production of liquor was centred at the marketplace where the distiller stood with a funnel and large pan in one hand while with the other he tended a fire below.
At noon the fire was lit and the flask was filled with the stream of liquor that flowed onto the ground until the pot was full.
When the water was cool the mixture was strained through a tun, basket or cloth and the liquor was poured into the bottles.
The operation was then repeated until the flask was empty.
Liquor was traditionally made by all the household and was offered to either the king, his clerics, the gentry and the poor on religious holidays.
In Roman times, wine, vinegar, spices and other liquids were added to the pot and after it had cooled the resulting mixture was strained and served.
Since the prohibition of alcohol on the basis that it was “unholy”, the manufacture and sale of liquor has spread far and wide across the globe.
Moonshine operations have been the means of controlling populations in colonial areas for the past 500 years, although there is evidence of the practice dating back to Roman times.
It is illegal in most countries to make or sell moonshine on a commercial scale, although on some occasions the manufacture and sale is permitted.
In countries such as the United States, the sale of bottles with “non-tax paid” labels is prohibited.
In countries such as Scotland, West London, Wirral and Surrey, it is still legal to make and sell moonshine.
Moonshine production has ceased to be a cottage industry in many countries, and is frequently carried out by the illegal “