Today was a huge day for homebrewers in the state of Mississippi, as the stateâ€™s House of Representatives approved Senate Bill 2183, which authorizes the making of â€œhomemade beerâ€ for personal uses.
The measure was approved by a margin of 73 to 37, and now heads to Gov. Phil Bryant for his signature. The stateâ€™s Senate approved the bill on Feb. 7.
Mississippi and Alabama remain the only two U.S. states that still donâ€™t allow residents to make beer in their own homes, but the Magnolia State is poised to shed that distinction.
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