15 Things You Never Knew Could Be Bootlegged

If you can make it, they can fake it. Learn more about the world of bootlegging liquor during an all-new season of Moonshiners Wednesdays at 10/9c on the Discovery Channel.

1. A village

Architects recreated the Austrian village of Hallstatt, a Unesco World Heritage Site, in Guangdong, China.

Jiuguang Wang / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: jiuguangw

2. Liquor

Moonshiners make and sell illegal liquor called moonshine out of the woods of Appalachia. Learn more about how they practice their illicit trade on the Discovery Channel’s Moonshiners.

Adam Barhan / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: adambarhan

3. Starbucks

Under parody law this cafe named “Dumb Starbucks” was allowed to operate in California.

Shelby Asistio / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: nezumiiro

4. An Apple store

Found in Kunming, China.

Achim Hepp / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: achimh

5. A Classic Game Boy

Jason Carter / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: zerojay

6. Coca Cola

Matthew Rutledge / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: rutlo

7. Disney Land

Found 45 minutes from Beijing, China.

Tormod Sandtorv / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: tormods

8. A Rolls Royce

Roland Tanglao / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: roland

9. Hilary Duff

lil’_wiz / CC BY-ND http://2.0 / Flickr: 53199633@N02

10. Eggs

These “eggs” in China are made from calcium carbonate and parafin wax.

Tym / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: toomanythoughts

11. McDonald’s

Quinn Dombrowski / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: quinnanya

Colon knot?

12. A Wii

Ben Stephenson / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: benstephenson

13. Sriracha

Seriously, is nothing sacred?

Joe Hall / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: joebeone

14. Arm & Hammer

kafka4prez / CC BY-SA http://2.0 / Flickr: kafka4prez

15. Barbie

Ryan / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: ryanready

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