Tobacco Moonshine BBQ: From The Kitchen Of A Brilliant/Deranged Chef/Hick

If A1 has lost all its luster with you, and just the thought of a dry rub instantly makes your thighs chafe, it might be time to open your palate up to a more daring array of flavors. Todd of Todd’s Concoctions appears to be part culinary genius, part Deliverance banjo player. Why do we say that? Because any man that creates sauces ($14.39 each) called Ink Cayenne, Tobacco Moonshine, Marshmallow Smoke, Root Beer Pickle, Chewing Gum Tobacco and Cola Leather clearly is a loose cannon. And that just might be a good thing.

Junior Johnson’s Midnight Moon Moonshine: Now With Less Police Chases

Junior Johnson’s family made moonshine in North Carolina, and by the time he was 14, he was frequently “running shine” around the state, dodging cops with gutsy “bootleg turns” in his car. That boldness behind the wheel eventually led to a Hall of Fame NASCAR career, and now it’s all come full circle with Junior Johnson’s Midnight Moon Moonshine. It’s made from American corn, hand-crafted in small batches and born in a copper still, with a taste that’s said to be smooth and clean. It’s moonshine without the police chases. We’re not sure if that’s a good or bad thing though.