Alcohol in southern Appalachia (book)
Bruce E. Stewart, Moonshiners and Prohibitionists: The Battle over Alcohol in Southern Appalachia (University Press of Kentucky, forthcoming, 2011).
Nutcracker in Harlem
Moonshine tours in Franklin County, NCThe historical society at Franklin County, North Carolina (based at Rocky Mount), organizes moonshine tours. For more, see here.
Moonshine (book review)Mick Sussman reviews Max Watman, Chasing the White Dog: An Amateur Outlaw's Adventures in Moonshine here.
Illicit "craft" moonshine
The latest wrinkle in the American drinks world is illicit "craft" moonshine. For a very few details, see here.
White Liquor and Red Clay (moonshine and NASCAR)
For a discussion of the forthcoming (February 2010) book by Dr. Dan Pierce, White Liquor and Red Clay: NASCAR in the Time of Big Bill Franz, see here. The article does not mention the publisher; the book's title may be inexact.
"Hoochland": memories of Dubuque-area bootleggers and moonshiners
For memories of resistance to Prohibition in Dubuque-area, Iowa (and East Dubuque, Illinois), see here.
Moonshine in Georgia (web article)
For a web article on moonshine in Georgia, with bibliography, by University of Georgia historian Bruce E. Stewart, see here.
Tennessee moonshiner (book)
Bruce E. Stewart, King of the moonshiners: Lewis R. Redmond in fact and fiction (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2008). Redmond lived 1854-1906.
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 The article has an appendix giving other information about drink in the state, in part based on an unpublished paper (1977) by Margaret Murray, available at the Minnesota Historical Society.