Pisco is a clear grape brandy that most people recognize as the main ingredient in a pisco sour, a cocktail created nearly a century ago when an American bartender working in Peru allegedly ran out of whiskey for a whiskey sour and decided to use the local moonshine instead. But did you know that Pisco is also a small, sleepy port town about 150 miles south of Lima? Or the origins of the spirit? That, and more, after the jump.