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"Moonshiners" star Tim Smith gave up his outlaw liquor-making ways to establish a legal brand of whiskey, bringing his family recipes out of the backwoods of Virginia and into America's stores. Now, he wants to pass along a lifetime of moonshine expertise to pull struggling distilleries from the brink of failure and make them profitable, thus helping preserve the American tradition of handmade liquor. In each episode, Tim joins with whiskey experts Tim Jones and Devin Mills to turn these businesses around.

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Tim Smith must rescue the worst distillery he's ever seen, starting at the bottom; while his crew transforms a barn into a Prohibition-style speakeasy, Tim applies his backwoods know-how to reengineer the still, taking the owner's gin to a new level.
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The Williams family makes whiskey for generations until Prohibition shuts it down; when moonshine legend Tim Smith brings backwoods knowledge to re-create the old family recipe, he discovers one of the most important distilleries in American history.
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After a first-time distillery owner invests $2 million in a pot still and hires rookies to run it, Tim Smith realizes their recipe may blow up the building; Tim must help them rediscover their backwoods roots and learn to make Carolina whiskey.
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The Bondurant brothers are the most notorious bootleggers of the Prohibition era, turning Franklin County, Va., into the Moonshine Capital of the World; now, Tim Smith helps a descendent turn the family business into a hallmark of American whiskey.

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