At Limestone Branch distillery in Lebanon, Steve Beam ferments 100 pounds each of corn and sugar in each barrel for four to six days; then the liquid is pumped into a still. After the moonshine is made, what remains in the still is called the backset. It goes back into barrels to be refermented.
At Limestone Branch distillery in Lebanon, Steve Beam ferments 100 pounds each of corn and sugar in each barrel for four to six days; then the liquid is pumped into a still. After the moonshine is made, what remains in the still is called the backset. It goes back into barrels to be refermented. Herald-Leader
At Limestone Branch distillery in Lebanon, Steve Beam ferments 100 pounds each of corn and sugar in each barrel for four to six days; then the liquid is pumped into a still. After the moonshine is made, what remains in the still is called the backset. It goes back into barrels to be refermented. Herald-Leader

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