A short work of fiction by Benjamin Tyler Danny boy built his first distillery out of iron he found in the cotton field. A rusted plow part that he nailed into a right good framework, set up on his back porch. He found a couple of jugs in an old dust bowl house and started filling them with moonshine juice. He was twenty-six, and it was around that time that he started calling himself... Read More
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