Moonshine, also known as white lightning, is a distilled alcoholic drink that has been made from local ingredients in the United States for centuries, gaining huge popularity during the prohibition era. It is usually made from local grains or corn mash and is created through a process of distillation. The taste can vary depending on local crops used to make the mash and what type of still was used to distil it. Moonshine typically has a flavor that many describe as sweet and oaky. Moonshine must be made at a distillery or it is considered illegal in the US. With so many distilleries in all 50 states there is no need to bootleg anymore. You can find local craft distilleries operating nearby where it is possible to buy moonshine made with local ingredients. If you're looking for a unique alcohol experience with a deep, interesting history, why not try out some local moonshine next time. Moonshine is known to be strong so be sure you drink your local moonshine responsibly!