Sutton committed suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning in March , aged 62, rather than report to federal prison after being convicted of offenses related to moonshining and illegal firearm possession. Since his death, a new company and associated whiskey brand have been named after him. Sutton had a long career making moonshine and bootlegging. Sutton said he considered moonshine production a legitimate part of his heritage, as he was a Scots-Irish American and descended from a long line of moonshiners. He was convicted in of selling untaxed liquor   and in and on charges of possessing controlled substances and assault with a deadly weapon , but he received only probation sentences in those cases.
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Moonshine was originally a slang term for high-proof distilled spirits that were usually produced illicitly , without government authorization. Legal in the United States since , moonshine is defined as "clear, unaged whiskey",  typically made with corn mash as its main ingredient. Since the amendment's repeal in and moonshine's recent legalization, the laws focus on evasion of taxation on any type of spirits or intoxicating liquors. Enforcement agents were once known colloquially as "revenuers".
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