In the year of our lord, 1886, in the Eden that is Kentucky, after bearing witness to a murder in a quarry of stone, did Zacariah go apart to a stand of shagbark hickory trees, where bathed in a holy light, he did kneel before the angel, Lizbeth who held forth a weeping cornstalk, so its sweet nectar, did fall upon his lips and consume him with a rapture. Now it came to pass that he did build a still among the hickory, to produce on this humble earth what had fallen to his lips, from the bosom of an angel. But angered by his hubris and blasphemy, the people of Boone county did rise up and slay Zachariah and burn his holy temple...Yet Lizbeth did return to walk among the soil of ashes and pull from the charred timbers, these blessed barrels.
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