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The moonshiners distill a special batch of shine for the holidays.

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aired 263 days ago
The moonshiners share their thoughts and experiences while teaming up with a former competitor to sell shine in another county; Mike and Jerry find out about a competitor; Mark tracks an intruder.
aired 263 days ago
Tickle depends on his previous experience as an outlaw moonshiner while taking on his first big run in years; Mark and Huck look for a big-money buyer, while Daniel learns he's been replaced during his time off.
aired 263 days ago
Tickle taps into his outlaw experience while mashing in his first batch of illegal shine after returning to the backwoods; Mark and Digger save a Popcorn legacy mash; Mike takes on a new full-time partner.
aired 263 days ago
The moonshiners share their thoughts on the outlaw life, double distilling for double the money and unique stills.

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