While looking for e-text of General Henry Naglee's 1864 election pamphlet, I ran into a naked self-portrait of the general/distiller using a bathtub to do pushups.
Oh, you Victorians.
And would you believe that...
At the height of his operation, Naglee could produce 170 gallons of alcohol per day. His premium product, "Naglia," was a colorless brandy which compared favorably in potency with the "white lightning" of the Smokey Mountains, and it made San Jose famous throughout the U.S.