In one of Mark and Digger’s favorite episodes, Tickle comes up with a daring plan to sell Tim’s shine. Jeff, Mark and Jim Tom run three stills out in the open, risking being shut down by the sheriff.
Mark and Digger revisit this memorable episode, when Tickle makes moonshine in a copper pot still for the first time. Meanwhile, Tim hires help at the Kentucky distillery -- only to discover his new employee comes with a checkered past.
With the benefit of holiday hindsight, Mark and Digger look back at their bootleg deal that backfired, putting their season in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Tickle's loyalty is tested as he risks it all to keep working with his old partner, Tim.
Mark and Digger spread holiday cheer by reflecting on some of their favorite moments -- including when Tim and Tickle work together to make a rush delivery of 2,000 cases of liquor. Meanwhile, the cops close in on Josh and Bill with shocking consequences.
Mark and Digger reflect back on one of their biggest batches ever. With a revolutionary still pot design and the help of Jim Tom, they crafted 150 gallons of brandy. Then, they have to figure out how to get it to their customers.
With holiday cheer, Mark and Digger recall one of their favorite challenges -- an impossible shine order they try to fulfill. Meanwhile, Lance and Jeff scramble when their bootlegger goes missing.
In the holiday spirit, Mark and Digger revisit some memorable moments. In a surprising twist, Lance shows Jeff an unorthodox moonshine ingredient, while Patti and David risk a supersized mega run.
Mark and Digger reflect on one of the most memorable moments of the season -- Tickle's homecoming in the Appalachian backwoods after a year in jail. Eager to get back to work, Tickle recruits an old friend to help re-stake his claim as an outlaw shiner.
In the holiday spirit, Mark and Digger look back at some of their favorite moments -- like when they re-discovered Popcorn Sutton's mystery multi-grain shine. Meanwhile, Tickle returns to the woods with two notorious outlaw shiners.
With holiday humor, Mark and Digger recall the time they had to contend with an unruly herd of cattle standing between them and their new still site. Meanwhile, Tickle pulls Tim back to the woods to make some outlaw shine.
Mark and Digger look back on their big bet that Popcorn's multigrain shine will haul in huge profits if they can just nail the recipe. But first, they have to build a brand new 350-gallon still designed to make moonshine just like their mentor.
Mark and Digger are celebrating the holidays with a look back at the highlights of the season. For example, when they had to scramble to save their Popcorn Sutton legacy mash before it spoils and they lose any potential profit.
In this holiday highlight, Mark and Digger recall their favorite moments -- from convincing a former foe to bootleg their triple grain shine across county lines to trying to turn wedding cake into moonshine. Meanwhile, Tickle scrambles for cover when aerial surveillance threatens a return to jail.
In the holiday spirit, Mark and Digger fondly recall their legendary vodka, handmade with an ingenious hillbilly hack. Meanwhile, Tickle gets out of jail and Tim must keep him busy -- but Tickle has his own ideas.
At the holidays, Mark and Digger look back with cheer at their discovery of a trove of Popcorn's infamous shine.