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America's top legal and outlaw distillers go head-to-head in the ultimate booze-making competition to see who has what it takes to join the ranks of the greats and win the title of Master Distiller.

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Heritage grains meet charred oak as three amateur distillers compete to make the best American whiskey; judged by Mark, Digger and Tim, they go head to head in a series of challenges to determine who has what it takes to be Master Distiller.
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Mark, Digger and Tim judge as legal and outlaw distillers compete to make the best rum; constructing stills of their own design and mashing in their own raw ingredients, only one will survive elimination to earn the title of Master Distiller.
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Mark, Digger and Tim judge as top amateur distillers from both sides of the law compete to make mezcal, the moonshine of Mexico; using agave mash, regional recipes and even meat.
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Legal and outlaw distillers compete head-to-head to see who makes a classic Appalachian tradition called Mountain Brandy.
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Tickle hosts as Appalachia's most notorious moonshiners go head to head in a moonshine distilling competition; Mark, Digger and Tim run their own secret recipes to be judged by the public to determine once and for all who makes the best shine.

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