Status: Not Statutorily Recognized
Mississippi statute §67-3-11 provides for the home production of wine. Currently no such provision exists for the home manufacture of beer.
Individuals interested in having beer statutorily recognized in Mississippi should seek to have §67-3-11 amended to include the term "beer" or "malt beverage". Two recent attempts to allow the home production of beer have failed. See 1995 MS S.B. 2097 & 1995 MS H.B. 398.
State Alcohol Beverage Control Agency:
Alcoholic Beverage Commission
P.O. Box 540
Madison, MS 39130-0540
FAX (314) 856-1300
Applicable Statutory Material:
§ 67-3-11. Homemade wine.
Every person shall have the right to make homemade wine for domestic or household uses only, free of all restraint by this chapter or otherwise, and no such election as provided for in sections 67-3-7, 67-3-9 and 67-3-13, shall deprive any person of the right to make homemade wine for domestic or household uses only.
This is from Beertown.org
. They have a listing by states of the applicable laws. Looks like Mississippi doesn't specifically prohibit beer, but does specifically allow wine. Grey areas are fun. As long as you can get it shipped to you, I say brew away.