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Brewed By: Mississippi Brewing Co.

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Average Rating:
7.33333

Number of Ratings: 45

Style: Black & Tan

Brewed In: New York, United States

ABV: 5%

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Mississippi Mud Black & Tan

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Tasting Notes

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Andrey profile pictureAndrey - September 25, 2016
Stout coffee
rsd60 profile picturersd60 - September 5, 2016
This is a great beer and inexpensive too!!
timrowedavis profile picturetimrowedavis - June 19, 2016
Jerry Haas recommends
rcampa profile picturercampa - December 13, 2015
Medium body coffee finish smooth taste
J.L.G. profile pictureJ.L.G. - November 15, 2015
Light & Smooth
Jailguard profile pictureJailguard - October 2, 2015
Not bad. I thought the cheesy package meant a cheesy beer.
Beerguy33 profile pictureBeerguy33 - August 17, 2015
8/13/15 - At $3.99 for quart it looked like a bargain. It pours a dark brown color, into a Pilsner glass. Has a nice creamy white head that disappears quickly but leaves behind good lacing. Heavy carbonation and medium mouthfeel. The body is pretty thin for a black n tan. Aroma is caramel, sweet malt, toffee. Taste is subdued sweetness, light chocolate and caramel. My first B & T, so I have nothing to compare it to. Not a bad beer, not overly complex but it went down pretty smooth. I'll have to reevaluate after I've tried others.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - July 25, 2015
Excellent price ($5 quart). Great bottle. Good porter mixed with a decent pilsner. Okay tobacco tasting beer with a somewhat crappy watery mouthfeel. Good enough to get again. I bought it for the bottle (so did you). They must sell a ton for the same reason.
MarkBrusca profile pictureMarkBrusca - May 17, 2015
Great Porter and Pilsner mixed together to make a fantastic Black and Tan. Best when closest to brew date. Can taste notes of both beers clearly, best packaging of any beer hands down.
MontereyJack profile pictureMontereyJack - February 8, 2015
2.99/32 TJ
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