Check out this week’s On Tap column for The Advocate that’s published here.
Mississippi on My Mind
Louisiana isn’t the only state with a burgeoning craft beer scene these days. Our neighbors to the north and east also have several breweries which are sending their interesting creations to us in south Louisiana.
For years, Lazy Magnolia was the only brewery in Mississippi. I still have fond memories of drinking its Southern Pecan brown ale on a cool fall day. Now there are a dozen-plus breweries in Mississippi, several of which distribute in our area.
Southern Prohibition, or as they like to call themselves, SoPro, is located in Hattiesburg and has been in operation since 2013. SoPro features four year-round offerings as well as rotating seasonals and one-off beers. Among the flagship beers are Suzy B, a blonde ale; Devil’s Harvest, a self-described breakfast IPA that weighs in at a mere 4.9-percent alcohol by volume (ABV); Mississippi Fire Ant, an imperial red ale; and Crowd Control, a
Source: The Ale Runner
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