Bill proposed in Mississippi that would raise amount of alcoholic content of beer sold and manufactured within state beyond current 5%; current law prevents craft beers from being sold in Mississippi stores
March 7, 2012
– A bill has been proposed in Mississippi that would raise the amount of alcoholic content of beer sold and manufactured within the state beyond the current 5%, The Picayune Item reported March 7.
The current law prevents craft beers from being sold in Mississippi stores.
The bill was held on a motion to reconsider. However, if the bill can overcome that hurdle, it would move on to the Senate and, if it passes, would then go to the governor’s desk.
The primary source of this article is The Picayune Item, Picayune, Mississippi, on March 7, 2012.