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Season 13 / Episode 10 and airs on 06 March 2024 01:00
The secret and illegal world of moonshining stretches all across Appalachia raking in a pretty penny for those who choose to shine. Moonshiners will go to unprecedented extremes in their efforts to hide their still sites and cloak their distribution networks, some can hide in plain sight. With new styles of shine being tested and sold there is a king's ransom waiting for those bold enough to grab it. But those who enforce the law are wise to shiner deceptions and more determined than ever to catch them red handed and in the act of making Moonshine. The day of reckoning may be around the corner, but don't sell the Moonshiners short. Each has a keen understanding of how to stay one step ahead of the law in their region, and in this ongoing cat and mouse game you never know who will end up in the trap.
It's the season 12 premiere and prices are going nuts. Mark and Digger discover they're under investigation by the law. Mike and Jerry recruit Popcorn Sutton's son and Josh goes into hiding when a fire marshal tracks the source of his house fire.
After losing their water source, Mark and Digger attempt to dig out a centuries-old spring. Confounded by lumber prices, Josh tells Tickle and the Laws he can fell big timber for a 1000 gallon still. Richard and Daniel form a Master Distiller dream team.
Mark and Digger skirt the law and make scotch in a pot still designed by Popcorn Sutton. Mark, Huck and Amanda have their copper stolen while Richard and Daniel use game cameras to protect their stills.
Fed up with canned food and hiding in the woods, Josh gets into trouble with Kenny Law. Popcorn's son proves as unpredictable as his notorious dad. Tim and Howard rediscover a lost recipe for log still whiskey invented by a Kentucky teenager in 1836.
A police detective confronts Mark and Digger at the pump and doesn't mince words about his intent. Tickle and the Laws attempt to help as Josh's sanity erodes surviving in the woods. Tim and Howard construct a 19th century wood still from a giant log.
Mark and Digger score ten tons of sugar only to find a tracking device on their truck. Richard and Daniel devise a rum recipe to dominate the outlaw market. Mike and Jerry hit the jackpot with sweet-smelling mimosa liquor but catch wind of a new rival.
When weevils infest Mark and Digger's pricey grain, they must get rid of the bugs without killing their malt process. Tim and Howard fire up a log still with explosive consequences. Josh breaks out of his backwoods prison only to find himself up a creek.
In a rare lapse of judgment, Richard implodes Daniel's $3,000 copper still. As the fire marshal ramps up his investigation, Josh makes a tough decision to flee the country. Tim's solution to a centuries-old still build is going to sting a bit for Howard.
Josh searches for a recipe for caffeinated moonshine in the Brazilian highlands. Mark and Digger help Richard salvage the copper still he destroyed before Daniel returns.
Josh gets a hands-on lesson in quickly turning sugar cane into high-proof liquor in Brazil. Mike and Jerry prepare to retaliate after Richard and Craig start a backwoods turf war.
Josh feels the heat when a Brazilian moonshiner pressures him to attempt an illegal bootleg run far from home. Law enforcement ambushes Mark Ramsey in his own garage. In Maggie Valley, Mike
As the Maggie Valley moonshine market shifts in favor of Richard and Craig's recipes, Mike and Jerry devise a plot to push the newcomers out of town. Mark and Digger convince Killer Beaz to take on the riskiest parts of Mark's illicit activities.
Josh learns a method of making liquor that breaks all the rules in Brazil. Richard and Craig protect their operation from bears while Mike and Jerry dabble in elderberry moonshine and sabotage.
To beat inflation, Mark and Digger attempt an old-school run of liquor they can sell at a 1990s price. Danielle Parton teams up with Henry and Kenny to make legendary Franklin County moonshine. Richard and Craig discover a rival's stash house.
Tickle asks Tim to help convert a bus into a mobile moonshine rig; Digger and Beaz scramble to save a big sale for a rising country star who happens to be Willie Nelson's granddaughter; Richard and Craig abandon their still site.
Josh returns from Brazil only to discover an emboldened fire marshal with pressing questions. Amanda convinces Mark and Huck to make rye whiskey without using sugar. Digger and Beaz race to make a $15,000 whiskey run for Nashville royalty.
Josh and the Laws get permission from 95-year-old moonshine legend Cecil Love to retrieve a hidden still and recreate his oldtime Franklin County moonshine recipe. Richard and Craig jury rig a fix for their missing still arm, with disastrous results.
Digger enlists a combat veteran to run his supernatural rye apple recipe, then pulls his own disappearing act; Richard and Craig struggle to keep their mash warm in cold weather; Jerry engineers some backwoods tech to keep making shine into winter.
A Pittsburgh shiner convinces Digger and Beaz to cash in on a whole new market; Josh gets a special delivery and convinces the Laws to attempt the high-speed moonshine he witnessed in Brazil.
When Killer Beaz closes a sixty-gallon sale, Digger opens the door to his partner's secret; Tickle completes his mobile still build only to learn the law will stop a school bus; Mike digs in his heels and possibly, his own grave.
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