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This has been a progressive couple of years in Mississippi for America's liquid past-time. In June 2012, laws changed allowing higher gravity beers to be sold in Mississippi as an effort to stimulate the state's growing beer culture. Earlier this year Mississippi became the 49th state to legalize homebrewing. These recent developments mean good news for Hattiesburg's pub owners and the city's overall economic growth. Perhaps on of the most notable developments is the future opening of Gordon Creek Brewery and Southern Prohibition Brewing Co. in Downtown Hattiesburg.
If you are looking for an excellent map to Hattiesburg's growing beer culture, the newly launched Hattiesbeer.com is your guide. Hattiesbeer is the brainchild of local artist and Oddfellows' gallery director Kyle Goddard. The idea behind Hattiesbeer to have instant access to all your favorite Hattiesburg bars and pubs in one place. The website will eventually have a listing of every beer, liquor, and wine served at your favorite haunt. Not only will Hattiesbeer have drink listings, but it will also feature where to find local entertainment and a great meal to complement your brew. You can also check out the events section to find out what local bands are playing at a bar near you.
Hattiesbeer is another step in establishing Hattiesburg as a vibrant Southern community with a lot to see and do. It is a well designed website that personifies beer culture by honing in on the fermented beverage's link to music, food, and socializing. As the iconic television show Cheers illustrates, the local pub isn't just a place to drink; it's a cultural watering hole where old friends can catch up and talk about the big and small things of life. Hattiesbeer is your map to a great night and your map to the soul of Hattiesburg itself.
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