Clyde May's Whiskey
For hundreds of years, farmers took their excess produce and turned it into liquid gold to help supplement their income. It was a time-honored tradition and the Conecuh Ridge is an area that was renowned for its illegal whiskey-making. At one point, Federal agencies said it had the heaviest concentration of stills in the US. Working in small batches and with careful attention to detail, Clyde produced a warm, amber whiskey containing a hint of apples.