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Pop Culture
8 2016–2017 NEW RELEASES
Chris Burnette & Elise Coulter Burnette, Foreword by Donald Snyder
• A tongue-in-cheek look at moonshine and its place in our society today
• Chris and Elise are farm-to-bottle craft producers—growing their own ingredients to make their own spirits
• Dozens of photos show scenes of daily work and life at this small Missouri craft distillery
Treat yourself to a tongue-in-cheek—but very practical—glimpse into the world of moonshine, from its
history and American heritage to its uses and creation today. These 101 ways to interact withmoonshine are
wide-ranging and include practical housekeeping hints (glass cleaner, anyone?), medicinal uses, recipes, and
more. Coulter &Payne is a farm-to-bottle distillery—that is, it not only makes spirits, but also grows its own
ingredients. Dozens of photos offer a glimpse into the daily world of this small craft producer’s operations
on the farm as they bring moonshine, vodka, and bourbon to America. In these pages you’ll enjoy learning
about moonshine’s benefits and potential applications, and understanding what it means to produce a farm-
to-bottle, artisanal distilled spirit. This great resource for adventurous foodies, homesteaders, and home
distillers will bring whiskey out of the backwoods for the rest of us to enjoy.
chris burnette
elise coulter burnette
own Shawnee Bend Farms and the Coulter & Payne
FarmDistillery inUnion, Missouri, where they producemoonshine using traditional Appalachianmethods.
Donald Snyder is founder and president of Whiskey Resources, LLC and Whiskey Systems Online.
Size: 6
x 9
• 65 color photos • 96 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5117-4 • hard cover • $19.99
A New Numbers Puzzle
Michael J. Polaski
• A new concept in numbers games, using common arithmetic principles in a 16-cell puzzle
• 150 brain-boosting puzzles for all ages, ranging from supersimple to “hand me that eraser"
• Entertaining narrative commentary,sample puzzles,hints,and back-of-the-book solutions providing help if needed
Sharpen your pencil and get ready to boost your brain with this brand-new numbers game. To solve each
puzzle, fill the 16 cells with the numbers 1 to 16 using each number only once. Each puzzle has just one
solution, and uses math you learned in grade school: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.The
games, which all call for logic, imaginative thinking, intuitive elimination, and sheer persistence, are grouped
in three categories, and range from relatively simple to superchallenging. The author’s spirited instructions
and sample puzzles walk you through the basics; clues for some puzzles provide what might be necessary
encouragement. With 14 bonus puzzles aimed at children and those who want to start with the super-easy,
these 150 puzzles will keep you thinking whether you’re a student honing your math skills, a puzzle-lover
looking for a challenge, or someone who just wants to get those brain synapses snapping!
michael polaski
has been an information systems analyst and software developer his entire career. His
interest in numbers puzzles led him to put those skills to work to create the puzzles used in this book.
Size: 6" x 9" • 150 puzzles • 176 pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5054-2 • soft cover • $9.99
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