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From the Mississippi beer distributors association!


Capital City Beverage Delivers Over 37,000 Bottles of Water to Residents


Senator John Horhn and Capital City Beverage teamed up to help residents out during the current boil water issues in Jackson. This bottled water giveaway provided residents with drinking water to help with their day-to-day needs. 

Review full WJTV report by clicking here.


Congratulations Magnolia Beverage Company for 85 years!


Founded in 1934 with two trucks and a salesman, Magnolia has been a beverage distribution provider for the city of Meridian, keeping shelves stocked with beer, wine and nonalcoholic beverages in stores and restaurants. Congrats from your Mississippi Beer Distributors Association! Read more about their story here!




Mississippi's Beer Industry Contributes $1.2 Billion Annually


It's the start of summer, warm days and cold beer with plenty of outdoor activities! And while beer means great taste and cool refreshment, it also means economic impact for Mississippi. A new economic study commissioned by the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) and the Beer Institute shows that 8,527 jobs are impacted by the beer industry in Mississippi and account for $300 million each year in wages and benefits. The beer industry contributes $1.2 billion annually to Mississippi's economy and generates $242 million annually in business, personal and consumption taxes. That's big!

Review the full impact report for Mississippi here.

See press release issued by National Beer Wholesalers and the Beer Institute. 

When good friends get together to celebrate and have a good time, the only thing on their minds is what kind of beer they’ll raise for the toast! Thanks to the Mississippi Beer Distributors Association, you don’t have to wonder about the quality of your favorite brew! Your beer is cold and ready whenever you are!

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