Moonshine is making a comeback in southern Oklahoma

Oklahoman Published: February 1, 2013
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photo - ABLE Commission agents Kent James and Joe Cantrell take note of the contents of a trailer after agents make a raid on this McCurtain County property and discover a large alchohol still.  Staff photo by Paul Hellstern.
ABLE Commission agents Kent James and Joe Cantrell take note of the contents of a trailer after agents make a raid on this McCurtain County property and discover a large alchohol still. Staff photo by Paul Hellstern.

Moonshine is making a comeback in Oklahoma, and the problem is even worse in the southern part of the state, according to the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission.



KOCO reports that the bootleg liquor resurrection is linked to a new TV show about moonshiners in Appalachia.

Authorities even recently found an “extremely large” moonshine still while searching the property of a 69-year-old man in Choctaw County, according to the Tulsa World.

The World reports that the still had an estimated capacity of more than 200 gallons and was distilling whiskey in a metal storage unit.

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