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Re: Official Home Distiller Groups/Organizations

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  • Thursty2
    Reading about distilling will soon acquaint you with the knowledge that distilling is mostly illegal in many countries, even for the home hobbiest. Therefore,
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 25, 2011
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      Reading about distilling will soon acquaint you with the knowledge that distilling is mostly illegal in many countries, even for the home hobbiest. Therefore, a directory or listing of "organisations" which dabble in this hobby and which you might visit in person, is unlikely to exist.

      Cheers

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      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "dannyboyeu" <dannyboyeu@...> wrote:
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      > I wonder if anyone can help, I am a graphic design student at Kingston University, England. My latest project is titled bootleg/bootleggers, I have found the origin of the word comes from prohibition laws in the US, bootleggers profited by selling moonshine. I am trying to search out if there are any official groups or organizations for home distillers? I am aware of a few brewing groups that specialize in home beers and ales but I am specifically interested in liquors, preferably whiskey?
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