Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Stillhouse Distillery and Original Moonshine page added

Located in historic Culpeper, Virginia. The Culpeper area was a highly prized position for both Union and Confederate troops during the American Civil War, and witnessed more troop movements than any location in the nation.

On the estate, they grow their own corn, harvest it, store it and grind it to make the corn mash for their whiskey.  In addition to the 120 acres of estate-grown corn, the property also features a private limestone reservoir. The distillery houses the genuine solid copper pot still, which was constructed in 1930, three years before the end of Prohibition

Original MOONSHINE ® Clear Corn Whiskey
Hand-crafted from 100% estate-grown corn and distilled four times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still — in the same authentic tradition that moonshine has been made for hundreds of years.
At 80 proof, the all-natural, gluten-free proprietary recipe is charcoal-filtered for the highest purity, quality and taste.
A truly versatile spirit, shine can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks  and in a wide range of mixed cocktails.

For More Information About the Stillhouse Distillery and its ORIGINAL MOONSHINE Click Here

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