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  • in the backwoods of Tennessee.

  • Mark and Digger invest their expertise in a batch of shine that will have some big, long term payoff water going past.

  • While we was looking for Popcorn's stash a Laker Pam set and kind of put us to thinking, you know that we need to create something of our own future and plea decided in a wine barrel aged some of our Lakers.

  • You feel any water common person?

  • Look, cap known flat rock older liquor gets more people pay for.

  • That's a That's a known fact.

  • There's enough water and then higher dollar bourbons in sales for three and $400 for a 715 minute later bottle.

  • I'm hoping there would be worth something happens to us.

  • Our women.

  • They'll have a little blues up will nest, eh?

  • You know, they blow it all on their new man.

  • Moab.

  • Hate for some.

  • I spend all my liquor money that I worked hard to make with new gigolo down.

  • That's a lot of debt.

  • Let it start heating it.

  • That was easy lift Damn Nash right there to make classify this bourbon.

  • It's got to have 51% or more corn in We're gonna be way over there for the corn would be about 60%.

  • Then we're gonna have the Ryan and Flake.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • Barley gives it a good, earthy, nutty tone when it made no liquor kind that in a long, long time.

  • That way, I think it'll be a good mix with, along with oaky flavor of the barrel.

  • Once it's aged its minimum of three years.

  • I think it's going, really get out.

  • Have a hell of a flavor.

  • Yeah, this hole goes good.

  • This how to make a good yield to, I mean all the grain.

  • We put plenty of sugar in it.

  • Yep, let's move on to the next raised formation in parts is we could get each distillation separate and it'll blend in liquor.

  • Temper, man.

  • That's what Popcorn said.

  • But ever, ever running around here you'd ever seen.

  • Usually, when we make our liquor and get it jarred up, we realized case dividends immediately.

  • This is not gonna work that way.

  • Marley's in our liquor, you know it'll increase in value in time, just like a retirement account.

  • Thus, the wooded borough you know, it's like the interest that houses the increase in the value of this liquor and it'll be finally related, man, sometimes liquor.

  • It's ever been one K liquor.

  • They're perfect for one day.

  • Be.

  • Yeah, for one.

  • Deb.

  • You later.

  • No trouble getting that rascal in here, dear.

  • Know what will happen?

  • Hit with these rocks and they'll step it up.

  • My damn not will go so well, at least it won't be both of retirement money thinking we live long lift, Enjoy way hopes.

  • We can't just run out here.

  • Willing alien.

  • Throw our money in the bank Government be on their doorstep on where we came up.

  • This money check it's their minds.

  • Our only hope is put some of this liquor in oak barrels and agent and let that agent process be our interest.

  • It's good and better.

  • That car got a little alcohol on it.

  • We're banking on big money for it.

  • All right, let's Let's make it quick.

  • We're making a triple grain liquor with corn barley.

  • And right now I'm gonna put him onto hot way.

  • Get paste that we've got to find my sheer If it'll cookout right way, we'll have some good liquor.

  • You need a longer one.

  • Don't need no damn shot head This thing, it looks like a damn this ground locked.

  • Can't make no liquor at that liquor steel.

  • We get a little frustrated from time to time with it, but it'll get put together.

  • It'll go in place.

  • I mean, you find that sharp spot.

  • Yeah, Shake it off.

  • Just a matter of weight, man.

  • Yep.

  • Mark, wait.

  • Maddie, That's a curb.

  • There'll be a mama somewhere.

  • Two cubs.

  • Damn!

  • Damn!

  • Where's the moment?

  • She's a damn big.

  • Got young.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • We've had trouble with buyers in the past getting in our mash barrels and, man, a big swap with the fire cloud.

  • They would just destroy these copper pots.

  • Go another way.

  • Now we got to keep your eyes peeled.

  • They'll be back in your illness, But you hear us.

  • Don't that make you feel better already?

  • That ought to be Plenty of heads form out.

  • We're just gonna collect it in this copper catch basin.

  • It holds, like 10 11 gallons of time.

  • They left a little.

  • See if you taste.

  • That's okay.

  • You taste more on anything.

  • I get that corn right off the bat.

  • That corn, it's it comes in there like gangbusters.

  • It's a good gel.

  • Most gotta lay down to drink.

  • Gunga Slappy brains out.

  • It's a good here.

  • Well, let's get way upon it where we spill a lot.

  • We'll dump it over in the clean blue borrow Ondas we dump it is it progressively gets weaker.

  • Proof starts dropping and it will kind of temperate Sales were going hit 105.

  • 100 and 10.

  • That's what we're after.

  • Marking diggers run yields 53 gallons of whiskey ready to age after storing it in a charred oak barrels for three years.

  • It will fetch a minimum of 3 to $400 per court, but the price should dramatically increase with each passing year.

  • There we go late, too.

  • It won't take long, Phyllis.

  • Barrel it with it.

  • Being this buying liquor, we want to put it in the vessel that it's meant to be in the white American oak cash.

  • It's been charged.

  • It's got a really heavy toast in it.

  • It'll impart a lot of mellow flavor to it, and it'll give it a good deep honey color.

  • We're going to roll it over.

  • It's big log here, Take it down.

  • Day 10 does or to get it out.

  • Will it be a sight quicker?

  • Maybe you start putting a big bunch of money in the bank.

  • We'll have the infernal revenue service on us a quick We won't know what's going out.

  • Yeah, Barrel probably weighs £500.

  • Is going to get it out.

  • Yeah, Dad, like you down one night.

  • Now I'm down to nine.

  • We don't really have much retirement put up in our line of work.

  • So we've come up with what we call in our 41 debut for one whiskey, so to speak.

  • When it's there, it's gotta stay there.

  • We gotta leave it that way.

  • Just have to learn more discipline than we've had in the paint.

  • It'll be a barrel of a minimum of three years.

  • It's really incredible what this liquor may be worth when it material.

  • So don't start putting up a little something for our future sloshing pretty in there.

  • This'll is our very first instalment first deposit.

  • We know how much money this is worth, and it's hard to leave it here, not salad.

  • We had a row of from here to the wall and three high.

  • We'll be good to go for a restaurant every year that it sits there.

  • It's gonna be worth a little bit more money.

  • It should be.

  • Some best liquors have been.

  • World ain't going that far.

  • Do your dirty work for you.

in the backwoods of Tennessee.

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