Oct 3, 2010 Moonshine


Moonshine - it has the reputation of being illicit and dangerous. Despite that, the people of Prince Edward Island have had a long love affair with shine. For generations, every special occasion included a customary bottle of the potent drink. Today the art of making shine remains entrenched in Island life.

But there is one change - a PEI company is making its own moonshine. And it's all legal.

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