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Waaaay back in early 2011 we were forced to move our shop to Tennessee due to some very old (prohibition era) laws still being enforced in North Carolina. We had to move our entire shop to Tennessee, hire a new machinist, and drive back and forth from North Carolina. This was quite a pain in the arse, as one might imagine.
We spent a fair amount of time in Tennessee and really enjoyed it there. The folks we were working with were great and the area is very picturesque. It also boasts a number of cool attractions, one being the Bristol Motor Speedway.
However, not too long ago we made our way even further westward and have now found a permanent home at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Lyons, Colorado. Lyons is a cool little town of about 1500 people. It's the home of Oskar Blues Brewery, Planet Bluegrass, and is only 30 minuts from Rocky Mountain National Park. Life is good here folks, life is good. ...However, we do miss the Blue Ridge Mountains and think of them often.
We've been settled in for quite a while now and are fully stocked with 1, 5, and 10 gallon moonshine still kits.