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Brewed By: Mississippi Brewing Co.

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 74

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

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - September 5, 2017
Pours almost opaque brown with good head. Malty aroma with hints of chocolate and coffee. Clean mouth feel with clean finish taste hints of chocolate and coffee
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.
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