Originally Posted by Just BS
Hmmm, different then the scorpian bloody mary's I make here on the left coast. I'd love to try it, but I fear it won't be close to the "real thing" without Grandpappy's Moonshine. I guess I'll have to wait until I grace the birthplace of BBQ with my presence.
Yep, Granddaddy's shine is special. He uses seed rye rather then the usual corn in his 'still beer'. The result is as smooth as Tennessee whiskey and burns a nice blue flame when lit with a match.
AND.........he guarantees it to be aged at least 15 minutes in them there Mason Jars.