Mark and Digger unearth a surplus of free ingredients during hard times.
Josh and Tickle forge a peach-brandy-making alliance.
Digger puts it all on the line with his partner in quarantine.
Mark and Digger go old school and Tim hits the market with CBD.
Mark and Huck run liquor with a moonshining legend.
Tim invents a low-cost way to make his first single-malt moonshine.
Mark and Digger attempt oatmeal raisin shine for a Nashville customer.
Tim comes up with a recipe for a first ever single malt moonshine.
Mark and Huck nearly meet the barrel of a gun on a mountain run.
Josh moves his steamer still to Virginia and Tickle adds smoke to the fire.
A Mason jar shortage puts a lid on Mark and Digger's distribution plans.
Mark converts a free load of sugar beets into high-proof moonshine.
Tim and Tickle's friend Howard recreate the first whiskey made in America.
Tickle and the Laws attempt to produce freeze-distilled apple liquor.
Tim recreates America’s first colonial whiskey in a homemade ceramic still.
Trouble surfaces after Josh gains access to a cellar still site.
Mark and Digger discover a rare limestone spring to make Tennessee Whiskey.
Josh smuggles eight stills across state lines to help Tickle and the Laws.
Josh, Tickle and the Laws build a still farm the likes of which Virginia hasn't seen since the heyday of Amos Law. Jerry misses a day of work and Mike lets down his guard. Mark and Digger discover a rival moonshiner faces a reckoning with the law.
In the season finale, with eight stills running full tilt, Tickle enlists Mrs. Tickle to stash too much shine. Mark and Digger devise a way to age their Tennessee whiskey at sea. Tim gets drawn into an epic bootleg, while Mike and Jerry face the law.