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Bottles labeled for moonshine at Kings County Distillery in the Brooklyn Borough of New York describe the product as 40 percent alcohol by volume. Corn is used to make these spirits, but American bootleggers during Prohibition used improper ingredients including wood to make their often toxic whiskey. (Associated Press)

Bottles labeled for moonshine at Kings County Distillery in the Brooklyn Borough of New York describe the product as 40 percent alcohol by volume. Corn is used to make these spirits, but American bootleggers during Prohibition used improper ingredients including wood to make their often toxic whiskey. (Associated Press)

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