Tag Archives: Moonshine

Casey’s Barrel Cut Moonshine Review

Casey's Barrel Cut

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- The bread and butter of the Casey Jones Distillery is a 50/50 corn and sugar moonshine, made in the wagon bed still that is traditional to the Western Kentucky region. Unlike most legal moonshines, however, Casey’s Barrel Cut has spent some time maturing in wood. The distillery puts it in a full-sized, 53 gallon ASB, ...

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Boundary Oak Open For Visitors

By Richard Thomas Kentucky micro-distillery Boundary Oak’s new location in Radcliff, roughly between Louisville and Elizabethtown, is now open for visitors. Boundary Oak originally opened three years ago, becoming the first legal distillery in Hardin County since Prohibition. They began a transition to a new and larger facility in Radcliff last year. The new facility has yet to begin operations, ...

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Kentucky Mist Moonshine Lawsuit Dismissed

By Richard Thomas Kentucky Mist Moonshine, a micro-distillery based in the coal mining town of Whitesburg, Kentucky, suffered a major blow in its trademark battle with the University of Kentucky (UK) last Thursday. U.S. District Judge Danny Reeves dismissed Kentucky Mist’s lawsuit against UK over the use of the word “Kentucky” on clothing on June 23, ruling that the university had ...

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