MOONSHINERS 10

MOONSHINERS 10

Mark & Digger adding ingredients to their mash.

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Discovery

Moonshiners Takes on the COVID-19 Pandemic in New Season

By: Nesa Nourmohammadi
Show: Moonshiners

Premiering Tuesday, November 24 at 8P ET on Discovery, the new season of MOONSHINERS will follow the distillers as they embrace the challenges brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic.

November 03, 2020

Pour yourself a drink, because MOONSHINERS will return with new episodes this November.

Premiering Tuesday, November 24 at 8P ET on Discovery, the new season of MOONSHINERS will follow Tim, Tickle, Mark, Digger, Josh and the rest of the crew as they continue their moonshining businesses in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

MOONSHINERS 10

MOONSHINERS 10

Tickle, The Law’s & Josh Owens talking Moonshine

Photo by: Discovery

Discovery

Tickle, The Law’s & Josh Owens talking Moonshine

While the rest of the country struggles to adapt to life in a pandemic, moonshining has boomed. With national chains and many businesses struggling to stay afloat, large and surplus quantities of ingredients have allowed our moonshiners to produce batches of new product on the cheap.

In addition to watching MOONSHINERS on Discovery, viewers can join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #Moonshiners and following Discovery on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Fans can also follow Moonshiners on Facebook and Twitter.

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