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bootleggers in rim country

In the late 1910s, 1920s, and early 1930s, Rim Country became host to a number of bootleggers as prohibition took effect. Some were locals who had been born and bred here; others came from across the country. The moonshine was known as “Payson Dew” and gained a positive reputation with many. Today we look at a few producers of these goods.


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