Whether you are a cocktail enthusiasts or someone about that whiskey life, the Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey may be a book worth reading. With step-by-step instructions to safe home distilling, helpful pictures, cocktail and food recipes, this guide attempts to shed light while giving extensive details about the business of brown liqueur in an insightful way that should please even the average bourbon drinker.
The Guide to Urban Moonshining provides the average drinker an opportunity to learn the history of whiskey and the laws surrounding how it is named while providing solid practical information. The writers of the book, Colin Spoelman, a former rooftop moonshiner from Kentucky, and David Haskell, the great-grandson of a Prohibition-era bootlegger from New York, founded Kings County Distillery in 2010 to make small-scale batches of moonshine, bourbon, and other whiskeys. Located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Kings County Distillery is the first distillery to operate within the borders of New York City since the Prohibition era. They are experts at producing corn whiskey and bourbon whiskey. Available via Amazon.com. RETAIL $16.