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Prohibition home distilling in Minnesota

this article is based on an interview with a 98-year-old woman who made and sold home distilled whiskey. The article has an appendix giving other information about drink in the state, in part based on an unpublished paper (1977) by Margaret Murray, available at the Minnesota Historical Society.

Posted by David Fahey on October 30, 2007 at 05:41 PM in Moonshine, United States, Whiskey | Permalink