Legal and outlaw distillers compete to make gin, a notorious spirit with medieval roots that is still prized in the backwoods today. Judged by legendary shiners Mark, Digger and Tim, only one can earn the title of Master Distiller.
Distillers compete to make peach brandy, a spirit so prized in the Old South it was once more popular than whiskey. Judged by moonshiners Mark, Digger and Tim, only one outlaw or legal distiller will prevail to earn the title of Master Distiller.
Outlaw shiners and legal distillers compete to distill true Navy Strength Rum, but the bar for entry is 114-proof. With Tickle as honorary pirate and judged by shiners Mark, Digger and Tim, only one distiller can earn the title of Master Distiller.
Judged by legends Mark, Digger and Tim, three of America's favorite moonshiners, Josh Owens, Mark Rogers and up-and-comer Daniel Maner compete to see who makes Appalachia's most authentic backwoods shine and win a rare jar of Popcorn Sutton's liquor.
Three distillers compete to make a recipe created by George Washington himself. Judged by legends Mark, Digger and Tim, only one competitor can earn the prestigious title of Master Distiller for producing the first president's own signature liquor.
Outlaw and legal distillers compete to make Vodka, once the secret to surviving a Russian winter, and now America's most-consumed spirit. Mark, Digger and Tim judge as distillers design their own stills and mash in their own raw ingredients.
Featuring Mark, Digger, Tim and guest judge Mark Rogers, outlaw and legal distillers compete to make a Prohibition-era classic -- moonshine up to an ultra-high 180 proof. Building their own stills and mash, only one can be named Master Distiller.