Analysis of Moonshine for Contaminants

@article{Holstege2004AnalysisOM,
  title={Analysis of Moonshine for Contaminants},
  author={C. Holstege and J. D. Ferguson and C. Wolf and A. Baer and A. Poklis},
  journal={Journal of Toxicology: Clinical Toxicology},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={597 - 601}
}
Objectives: In the past, some moonshine products contained potentially toxic contaminants. Although moonshine production continues in the United States, no studies have analyzed the content of moonshine since the early 1960s. We hypothesize that moonshine continues to contain potentially toxic concentrations of contaminants. Methods: Forty‐eight samples of illicitly distilled moonshine were obtained from law enforcement agencies. An independent laboratory, blinded to both the moonshine source… Expand
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