Booze Traveler: Tennessee Pictures

Jack is in Tennessee to explore the best and most unusual beverages that the state has to offer, from a smoky moonshine to a legendary whiskey brought back from the dead.
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Tootsie's Orchid Lounge

Jack poses inside Tootsie's Orchid Lounge in Nashville, TN. Tootsie’s is a honky-tonk bar where patrons can go enjoy a drink and see up-and-coming country musicians.

Walking Down Beale Street

Jack and Memphis-based writer and filmmaker Willy Bearden stroll down Beale Street with their 100-ounce "Walk Me Down" drinks from Blues City Café in hand.

Gus's Fried Chicken

Jack drinks a beer at Gus's Fried Chicken in Memphis, TN.

Let's Make a Toast

While attending a Tennessee cookout, Jack shares a drink with Carey Bringle, owner of the barbecue landmark Peg Leg Porker.

Swinging for the Fences

Jack takes a swing for his team, the Highland Rim Distillers, at the Tennessee Association of Vintage Baseball game.

Playing in the Band

A band plays in Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park in Nashville as part of the vintage baseball game.

Postgame Picture

After the game, the Highland Rim Distillers and the Nashville Maroons take a team picture with the game commissioner.

Vintage Jack

The final product of Jack's vintage photo in his 1860s getup.

Nelson's Green Brier Distillery

Andy and Charlie Nelson give Jack a brief history lesson about Nelson's Green Brier Distillery in Nashville, TN.

Nelson's Original Distillery

Accompanied by Charlie and Andy, Jack checks out the original Nelson's Green Brier Distillery, which was shut down in 1909.

To Sip or To Guzzle?

Bruce Wade and Jack listen as old-time moonshiner Gomer shares his wisdom of drinking: "If it’s good, sip it. If it ain’t good, guzzle it."

Making Moonshine

Justin King, master distiller at Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, talks with Jack, Gomer and Bruce about the liquor’s history.