Tickle flirts with disaster as he tries to sell his Kentucky made white lightning. In Louisiana, Patti and David bootleg on the bayou. Jim Tom and Roy are back in action. Lance takes a risk on a new kind of whiskey, while Jeff and Mark prep their indoor still site. Meanwhile, Mark and Digger troubleshoot a stalled fermentation problem.
At Belmont Farms, an experimental moonshine is prepared while Mike seeks out a new still hand in Tennessee. Patti and David hit the for their biggest sale yet. All the information listed here is to be found on the web elsewhere. Moonshiners tells the story of those who brew their shine - often in the woods near their homes using camouflaged equipment - and the local authorities who try to keep them honest. Mark and Digger scramble to complete a technically challenging run while Mark risks a solo run of whiskey.
Jim Tom prepares for his second coming as a moonshiner. Their conversation is a walk down Moonshiners memory lane as we revisit some of the series' greatest hits related to the automobile. Jim Tom prepares for his second coming as a moonshiner. And a ton of work lies ahead for Mark and Jeff after a brush with the law. Deputy Chuck takes to the water to catch Mark red-handed. Patti and David rush to run before hunting season begins.
Patti and David aim to make up for lost time with a scorching new brew but alarm bells have them running for the hills. Sorry, there is no description for this episode yet. While this practice is surprisingly alive and well, it's not always legal. It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with all your regional legalities and personal access rights regarding any streams to be found on the web. It's part of their history and culture. Tickle and Tyler take their partnership to a new level.
Chico and Tyler talk about their split with Tickle. Josh and Bill are sidelined with a crushed still. Jeff, Mark and Lance aim to double their profits while the law threatens to end Josh and Bill's season early. Tickle and crew battle the elements in Kentucky. Tickle gets trumped by his old buddy.
And Tickle's deal with a moonshine savior almost breaks down. Mark and Digger make a run into town, and Josh discovers what bears do in the woods. Now, it's just a matter of getting their shine into the hands of their eager customers. In Louisiana, a sassafras shine experiment puts a big delivery at risk. Tim returns to Virginia to fill a huge last-minute order. Tim's plan to give a backwoods makeover to Troy's distillery will cost him big. Sondra and Chico start their season with a run of strawberry banana brandy.
Tim is distilling legally, but his operation is put to a halt when Limestone Distillery is the target of arson. Tim gives the North Carolina distillery a backwoods makeover. Jeff, Mark, and Jim Tom run three stills at once, and Deputy Sheriff Chuck arrests the suspect he has been pursuing all season. Sheriff's Deputy Chuck gains ground on Lance. Josh and Bill butt heads in the backwoods. Tim takes final measures to protect his legal moonshine business.
Josh and Bill might finally be back in the game. Moonshiners tells the story of those who brew their shine - often in the woods near their homes using camouflaged equipment - and the local authorities who try to keep them honest. And whether it's gathering with friends and loved ones, giving yuletide alms, creating new flavors of shine or forging new traditions, these shiners are embracing the holiday spirit. They reminisce about their biggest hauls, closest brushes with the law, and favorite tactics of evasion. Tim breaks the news about the fate of Climax Moonshine. Tickle has some interaction with his old still hand Howard.
Meanwhile, Jeff, Mark and Jim Tom make a batch of rye whiskey in. Tickle learns how to make moonshine in a copper pot still from a veteran moonshiner. Mark and Mike reunite, while Chico and Sondra risk it all. Chico and Sandra set out on horseback for some mountain shining. Jim Tom and Roy are back in action. It's a multi-million dollar industry. Jeff and Mark survey an indoor still site.