Label honors Kyle Rogers

The Silver Trail Distillery has created a special tribute to honor the life of Kyle Rogers, who died as a result of a still explosion at the Marshall County distillery earlier this year. 

The distillery’s owner and operator, Spencer Balentine, sent us the label, which will be on the back of all LBL Moonshine bottles. 

The label honors the life of Kyle Rogers and includes one of the last tweets he sent out, reading "I didn’t choose the moonshine life. The moonshine life chose me." 

The labels are being printed in Lexington and should be on bottles within about 10 days. 

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