Thankfully it’s legal now
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When you pack your camping cooler this summer, don’t forget the Moonshine.
Once associated with secretive Prohibition distilleries, this hard liquor is now plenty available. Stillhouse’s version is made from corn and comes in a jug akin to a turpentine can, which they say makes it easier to chill and better for raucous campsite parties (you don’t have to worry about broken glass).
They sell the drink in a variety of flavors—from peach tea to coconut to mint chip—but it also comes straight up, if you’re feeling like a purist.