“Fuel of the Feud” moonshine will be produced by Forest Hills-based Pauley Hollow Distillery using water taken from the Randall McCoy Well at Hardy. It was first envisioned by Bob Scott, who has links to both families involved in the infamous Hatfield-McCoy Feud, according to Jessica Martin, co-owner of  the distillery. Scott — who is of Hatfield descent — owns the property which was the site of the Randall McCoy cabin which was burned during the Feud. “Fuel of the Feud” will be a premium moonshine and will be 100 proof, Martin continued. “This is a corn, rye and barley blend,” she said. “It is made with West Virginia corn and Kentucky rye in keeping with spirit of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud.” lt should be available by the end of June.

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