Taste the Tennessee Twist: Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles

Welcome to Ole Smoky Distillery! We are proud to present our newest product – Moonshine Pickles! This unique blend of moonshine and pickles is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

At Ole Smoky Distillery, we use only the finest ingredients for our moonshine pickles. Our moonshine is bottled at 20% /vol and made from pure grain alcohol. The pickles are firm, crunchy, and full of flavor. The combination of the two creates a unique flavor that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

Our Moonshine Pickles are perfect for any occasion. They can be enjoyed on their own as a snack or used as an ingredient in such as a Bloody Mary or a Pickle Shot. They also make a great addition to any party platter or gift basket you may want to put together.

Our Moonshine Pickles are produced and bottled in Gatlinburg, and must be refrigerated once opened in order to maintain freshness and quality. We recommend exercising caution befre consuming if left out unrefrigerated, as the pickles may discolor or curdle over time.

So what are you waiting for? Stop by your local store today and pick up a jar of Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles! You won't regret it!

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Do Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles Contain Alcohol?

No, Ole Smoky Moonshine pickles do not contain alcohol. They are made with the same ingredients as Ole Smoky Moonshine but without the addition of alcohol. The pickles are made with a special blend of vinegar, spices, and sugar, resulting in a delicious and unique flavor. They are not intended to be consumed as an alcoholic and should be enjoyed in moderation.

Refrigeration of Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles

Yes, we recommend that you refrigerate Ole Smoky moonshine pickles after opening. If left out of the refrigerator, it's important to practice caution before consuming them and avoid consumption if any discoloration or curdling occurs.

The Taste of Moonshine Pickles

Moonshine pickles are a unique and delicious addition to any cocktail, especially a bloody mary. The pickles are firm and crunchy, offering a nice contrast to the smoothness of the moonshine. Many people find that the zesty dill flavor pairs nicely with the sweetness of the moonshine. While some may think that it's an unusual combination, many people find that the combination of flavors makes for a delightful treat. If you want to try something different and flavorful then consider giving moonshine pickles a try!

The Strength of Moonshine Pickles

Moonshine pickles are a unique product from the Old Smoky Distillery in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The pickles are soaked in a mixture of their own moonshine and spices, giving them an alcoholic kick. The strength of the pickles is determined by the moonshine used to make them, which is 40 proof. This means that the moonshine pickles contain 20% alcohol by volume. While this may seem like a lot for a pickle to contain, it's important to remember that this amount of alcohol is spread out among many servings. When consumed responsibly, these pickles can be an interesting and unique addition to any meal or gathering.


Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles are a unique and flavorful product from the Ole Smoky Distillery in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Bottled at 20% alcohol/vol, these dill pickles are firm, crunchy and delicious. They can be enjoyed alone as a pickle shot or added to a classic bloody mary for an extra flavor kick. It's important to keep them refrigerated once opened to ensure freshness and safety, so you can shine responsibly with Ole Smoky Moonshine Pickles!

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.