Purveyors of moonshine are stereotypically portrayed as either hillbillies or mobsters, but Arturo Gomez and his partners at Chicago-based Rockit Ranch Productions have made the practice of making and selling white whisky the province of high-end restaurateurs this year. With the opening this July of Dragon Ranch Moonshine & BBQ, a concept that offers American BBQ complemented by Asian influences and an extensive cocktail list, Rockit Ranch finished a three-year development process. ...

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