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Lot 148264

Chasing The White Dog Max Watman

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Max Watman


United States


Simon & Schuster

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Chasing The White Dog, An Amateur Outlaw's Adventures In Moonshine by Max Watman.

The book charts the historical roots and contemporary story of white lightning, which has played a surprisingly large role in American history. Watman chronicles his hilarious attempts to distil his own moonshine, the essential ingredients and the many ways it can all go wrong, from his initial ill-fated batch to his first successful jar of 'shine. The book begins in Monongahela, Pennsylvania, where drunk and armed outlaws gathered with the intent of preventing the collection of the Whiskey Tax. George Washington mustered 13,000 troops to quell the rebellion, but by the time they arrived, the rebels had vanished; the first moonshiners had packed up their stills and moved on.

Chapters include:

On Top Of Old Smoky

Bringing It All Back Home

A River Of Whiskey

The Crossroads: Jefferson, Hamilton, and the Golden Age Of Whiskey

White Dog Is Dead


The Moonshine Man

Beauty and Damnation

The Sugared Sun Was Shining

Skillet's Place

The Master Of Sparks

Lightning Strikes

Colorado Whiskey

This Chasing The White Dog sold at our online auction for £5


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