WWII Family Moonshine Recipe
Taste & See What The Hype Is About
The Sledge Family has a long-standing tradition of making moonshine. When John Walter (Dub) Sledge found himself drafted into WWII, he began making his liquor on the island of Papua New Guinea. After his death, his son, Mark Sledge took up the hobby (legally) to make it for family and friends. It soon became known for it's smooth flavor and when the barrel aged products were ready, the secret was out and it was no longer a hobby.
Today, visitors are welcome on Fridays and Saturdays to visit the ranch to taste and see what all the hype is about.