Valley Tan (or, at least, one form of valley tan) is a kind of whisky, or first cousin to it; is of Mormon invention and manufactured only in Utah. Tradition says it is made of (imported) fire and brimstone. If I remember rightly no public drinking saloons were allowed in the kingdom of Brigham Young, and no private drinking permitted among the faithful, except that they confined themselves to "valley tan."
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