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Jack Daniel's was taken in by a local lay missionary and moonshine distiller called Dan Call and started learning the art of distilling to trade as a teenager from Call and Call's Master Distiller called Nearis, sometimes spelt Nearest, Green, an enslaved African American man, who continued to work with Call after emancipation. In 1875, on accepting an inheritance from his father's estate, Jack Daniel established a legally registered distilling business with Call. He took over the distillery shortly afterwards when Call quit for religious reasons. The Jack Daniels Brand label on the product says "Est. & Reg. in 1866", but his biographer has indicated official registration documents to assert that the business was, not discovered until 1875.
After Jack Daniel took over the distillery, in 1884 Daniel purchased the hollow and land where the distillery is, now positioned. By the 1880s, Jack Daniel's Whiskey was one of the 15 distilleries producing in Moore County, and the second-most prolific behind Tom Eaton's Distillery. He started using square-shaped bottles in late 1897, with the square shape of the bottle aimed to convey a spirit of honesty and sincerity.
According to Jack Daniel's biographer, the origin of the "Old No. 7" label name was the number attached to Jack Daniel's distillery for the authority registration. He was forced to change the certification number when the federal government redrew the district, and he became Number 16 in area five instead of No. 7 in District 4. However, he continued to use his original number to brand the Jack Daniels name, since his brand reputation already had been established.
Jack Daniel's Whiskey experienced a surge in demand after the whiskey received the gold medal for the exceptional whiskey at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, despite his local name was suffering as the temperance campaign was gaining strength.
Jack Daniel never married and didn't have children. Nevertheless, he took his nephews under his wing. Lem, a son of Daniel's sister, was very skilled with numbers and was soon doing all of the Jack Daniels distillery's bookkeeping. Until 1907, due to failing health, Jack Daniel gave the distillery to two of his relatives. Motlow soon acquired the other half from Jacks other nephew and proceeded to operate the distillery for about 40 years after.
Jack Daniel passed away in 1911 from poisoning to the blood. An oft-told tale is that the infection began in one of his toes, which Jack Daniel wounded himself one early morning at work by kicking his safe in anger when he could not get it open. However, Jack Daniel's modern biographer has asserted that the story as not being true.
Because of the temperance in Tennessee, the Jack Daniels company started distilling operations in St Louis, Birmingham and Missouri, Alabama, though none of the production from these places was, ever sold due to quality problems. The Alabama procedure was, halted following a similar statewide prohibition law in that state, and the St. Louis operation was interrupted by the onset of nationwide prohibition following passage of the Eighteenth Amendment in 1920. While the adoption of the Twenty-first Amendment in 1933 revoked ban at the federal level, state prohibition laws (including Tennessee's) continued in effect, therefore preventing the Lynchburg Jack Daniels distillery from reopening. Motlow, who had shifted to a Tennessee state senator, led attempts to repeal these laws, enabling production was to restart in 1938. In the five-year gap between national repeal and Tennessee repeal was glorified in 2008 with a gift pack of two bottles, first one for the 75th anniversary and secondly the end of the ban and a second commemorating the 70th anniversary of the reopening of the distillery.
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