Photo: Palm Beach County Jail

Photo: Palm Beach County Jail (January 13, 2013)

Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents said that Daniel David Pawa sold them over 40-gallons of moonshine, also known a hooch, a high-potency usually homemade liquor reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

The agents met with the 23-year-old Lantana man after posting an ad to Craigslist on Nov. 13 that was simply headlined, 'Moonshine?'

Pawa allegedly texted agents that he whip up white lightning with fruity flavors or a sweet tea taste...or unflavored moonshine that would be 90% alcohol by volume,  almost 30% higher than the Florida legal limit of 153 proof, agents said.

FloriDUH headquarters is betting that Pawa will be popular with inmates, who will appreciate his brewing skills.

Get the DUHtails at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Some lost arts seem to be making a comeback in the Moonshine State.

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