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Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, Gatlinburg
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Learn the authentic, historical art of making moonshine deep in the Smoky Mountains at the Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine. The first federally licensed moonshine distillery in Tennessee, it specializes in fifteen flavors of moonshine using a 100-year-old family recipe. Take a tour of the facility led by one of the distillers to learn about the intricate process of grain cooking and fermentation, then head to the tasting room to try the Original Unaged Corn Whisky and seasonal moonshine flavors, like sweet tea and apple pie. See Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine and all Gatlinburg has to offer by arranging your trip with our Gatlinburg vacation route planner.
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  • James was our bartender here, and if you asked him a question, it seemed to throw him for a loop, though he was funny. The Nog moonshine has one of the lowest alcohol contents, but it is damn good! Wh...  more »
  • Fun time tasting. You have to pay $5 a person but get a $5 coupon. Totally worth it! The seasonal moonshine right now is the Old Smokey Nogshine. Egg nog deliciousness. 
  • We visited two times on our vacation and have two different bartenders. One loud and fun and one more soft spoken and explained our samples. Both equally good just complete opposites. The flavors were...  more »