Harbuck Knives Made In Alabama

Harbuck Knives

John Harbuck, a knifemaker since 1975, operates from a small shop in south Alabama. His knives have been sold in most of the 50 states (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, several African countries, and Saudi Arabia. He is a member of the Professional Knifemakers Association.

Master Boat Builders Inc

Master Boat Builders, Inc. opened in 1979 with a vision to build quality boats for quality minded customers. After all these years that tradition of quality continues. We specialize in work boats, with an emphasis on WORK. Our boats are built to last and when they are delivered to our customers, they are ready for the high seas. Mailing Address

Master Boat Builders Inc.
P.O Box 702
Bayou La Batre, AL 36509

Physical Address
14949-A Alba Ave
Coden, AL, 36523

Phone
(251) 824-2388
(251) 824-7223

Fax
(251) 824-4401

Personnel

Michael Rice, President
mrice@masterboat.net

Weslee Dubroc
wdubroc@masterboat.net

Andre Dubroc, General Manager
adubroc@masterboat.net

David Rice
drice@masterboat.net

Garrett Rice
grice@masterboat.net

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The Black Pearl Built by Steiner Shipyard in Bayou La Batre Alabama

The Black Pearl

Steiner Ship Yard was asked by Walt Disney Studios to build a pirate ship, the Black Pearl; the pitch-black ship was actually a huge wooden prop built on top of a modern 96-foot-long steel utility boat. Crews sailed the ship out of the bayou to the Caribbean for the filming of sequels to Disney’s 2003 film “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”.  is a fishing village with a seafood-processing harbor for fishing boats and shrimp boats. The local Chamber of Commerce has described the city as the “Seafood Capital of Alabama” for packaging seafood from hundreds of fishing boats. Bayou La Batre was the first permanent settlement on the south Mobile County mainland and was founded in 1786, when French-born Joseph Bouzage (Bosarge) [1733-1795] was awarded a 1,259-acre Spanish land grant on the West Bank of the bayou.

Natural Decorations Inc

Natural Decorations, Inc.
In fifty years we have learned a thing or two about service and pride ourselves on putting the customer first. We will work hard to make your experience at NDI nothing but a pleasure. Just as important as the design process is the packing and shipping. Please take care in your selections as quality florals are one of the most difficult things to ship to arrive in perfect condition but we have mastered the task. Contact Customer Service

Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm CST
Phone: 800-522-2627
International: 251-867-7077
Fax: 877-578-5101
ndi@ndi.com

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High Ridge Spirits | Stills Crossroads Alabama

High Ridge Spirits

Alabama’s first legal distillery since Prohibition has opened in a county famous for producing illegal whiskey.  

High Ridge Spirits operates in a former horse barn in rural Bullock County. Its shiny metal tanks and spotless concrete floor look like any food processing facility. Employees’ relaxed pace indicate there are no worries about a raid by state liquor agents. Head distiller Jamie Ray says it’s a little different from the way it’s been done in the woods of Bullock County for decades.

Clyde Mays Whiskey Alabama Style

Conecuh Ridge Whiskey

Conecuh Ridge is described as an “Alabama Style Tippling Whiskey”, a rather imprecise designation which basically means that it is patterned after the spirits that would have been available at informal “tippling houses”. Clyde May used spring water from Southern Alabama and added oven-dried apples to his barrels. The resulting hints of green apple and cinnamon not only made it smoother than other whiskeys—they’re what made it Alabama Style. It is then aged for five to six years in heavy-toast charred white oak barrels. Conecuh Ridge Whiskey is a type of whiskey produced and officially marketed as “Clyde May’s Alabama Style Whiskey” by Conecuh Ridge Distillery Inc. It is marketed as a high-quality aged moonshine whiskey which was produced illegally in Alabama during the mid to late 20th century.