(WBIR-Pigeon Forge) The newest attraction in Sevier County has long-standing roots in Appalachia.

"What we have in these barrels out here, are smaller representations of what we have," Keener Shanton showed off three barrels of a yellow concoction -- which will soon become moonshine.

Old Forge Distillery, near the Old Mill, has been in production for months.

"(Visitors) are going to be curious about what's exactly going on," Shanton added.

Currently there are three varieties of moonshine that's made inside the 100-plus year old building. Owners said their ingredients, including moonshine's main items: corn and sugar, come from local growers.

"All these things, all these industries tied in together back in 1830 -- so it makes sense that they tie in together now," Chuck Childers with the Old Mill said. They provide the corn for the spirits.

For more information on the Old Forge Distillery, visit their website.