Yup, I sure have. The Whiskey Rebellion wasn't about banning or regulating liquor--it was about laying and collecting a tax on it. Same logic as was used to TAX (not ban) fully automatic firearms when that law was passed back in the 1930's. And, just to reinforce the ACCURACY of the connection between the Drug War and the pending Gun confiscation, the fedgov has no Constitutional power to ban "assault weapons" either.
The Constitutionally illegal "War on Drugs" and the equally unConstitutional but just beginning "War on Guns" both point out that the anti-Federalists were right--the chains binding the federal government were NOT strong enough.
Stills had to be licensed, barrels had to stamped, logbooks had to be kept on site. Only an idiot would think that you can tax an item without regulations.