Not if you clean it up correctly. During distilling the bad chemicals (methanol, acetone, etc) burn off before ethanol. Known as "heads" this part of the product that can cause massive hangovers, blindness and death is always thrown away. Heads burn off in the mid to high 160s, Ethanol in the low to mid 180s. Using this knowledge it is possible to legally clean up applejack. Slowly heat it up in a lidless sauce pan while closely monitoring the temp. As soon as the temp jumps 10 degrees or so (and it will jump suddenly) into the 180 range, immediately remove it from the heat and cool it in a bigger pan of cold water to stop the ethanol from evaporating. You've just removed the harmful heads without actually distilling and becoming a felon. Cool it to your favorite drinking temp and have a very enjoyable evening.