Lazy Magnolia Expanding To 19.5K Barrels in 2013

Some exciting expansion news for Mississippi’s first brewery since prohibition…Lazy Magnolia.  We brought you some expansion news already (here and here)Looks like Lazy Magnolia will be expanding their brewing operation even more in 2013….aiming for 19,500 barrels in 2013.  Details from MSBusiness:

The brewery, the first in the state since Prohibition, also will expand its warehouse footprint from 10,000 square feet to nearly 30,000 square feet as it gears up to produce more barrels of beer each year.

In 2005, the Hendersons brewed 600 barrels and gradually grew to 14,900 in 2012.

Next year the total is expected to be 19,500 barrels, increasing year by year to a projected 55,694 barrels in 2017.

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