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Southern Hops’pitality IPA brewed by Lazy Magnolia Brewing


Southern Hops’pitality IPA brewed by Lazy Magnolia Brewing in Kiln, Mississippi

Southern Hops’pitality is Lazy Magnolia’s offering of delicious cheer to all of our fans. We pride ourselves on our porch-sippin’ and backyard grillin’ with our beloved kinfolk, and this traditional IPA offers the perfect libation to add to the Southern hospitality and charm that we hold so dear. Our session IPA has a bold citrus burst on the front end with hints of tropical fruits, such as grapefruit, orange, and mango in the finish. Lazy Magnolia’s brewers use a unique hop blend for an exciting dry-hopped aroma, and with a light straw color and crisp, smooth finish on the palate, this 6% ABV, 60 IBU IPA will help you extend some “Southern Hops’pitality” to your loved ones. From Our Porch To Yours, Cheers Y’all! From Our Porch To Yours, Cheers Y’all! ABV:6.0%. IBUs: 60. Malts: 2-Row, Carapils, 40L and 15L. Hops: Citra, Cascade, Centennial, Nugget, Simcoe and Summit.
  

Southern Hops’pitality IPA brewed by Lazy Magnolia Brewing in Kiln, Mississippi

 
Beer Review from Beer Advocate
Appearance - Medium amber, almost coppery. Pleasant color. Pretty clear until the yeasty backwash hits your glass. Pours a good, mostly white head that fades out. Good carbonation. Decent lacing.

Aroma - The carbonation releases lots of good citrus aromas. Grapefruit, tangerine, maybe a little lemon. Use a little imagination and you might find just a hint of pine/grassy. Very good aroma.

Taste - Up front is a mix of the citrus (maybe some left-over aroma) and hops. The hops are not overpowering. I usually like being smashed in the mouth with upfront hop domination. This is not that beer. It is a very good balance between a little malt backbone and its hop presentation. Very dry and very crisp. The citrus is there but fades rather quickly. The hop flavor and bitterness hangs on for a bit longer but neither stays too long. Not the bitter tongue you might expect from an IPA. I think this beer may be on the smaller end of the IPA spectrum but that does not diminish the experience at all. It would be a very good session IPA.

Mouthfeel - Very light, very crisp, excellent carbonation.

Overall - Pleasantly surprised. I loved this beer. I will have it again and again while I mix it in the rotation with the heavier IPAs that have the hop profiles that I enjoy. This was very good for a change of pace and a beer not to be forgotten.
 
  
Southern Hopspitality IPALazy Magnolia Brewery Wins at the U.S. Open Beer Championship
  

Lazy Magnolia Brewery Story

Lazy Magnolia is Mississippi’s oldest packaging brewery, and the first one since prohibition was enacted in 1907. They have been offering locally brewed beer to Mississippians since we were founded in September of 2003. Since then, in addition to our home-state, you can now find our delicious brews in your favorite bars, restaurants, and local retailers throughout the South, including: MS, AL, LA, TX, GA, FL, SC, and TN. We’ll keep you in the loop as we expand into other markets. As long as you’re thirsty for us, we’re happy.

Lazy Magnolia is dedicated to providing the best possible products through our tireless efforts,  superior motivation, and Southern heritage. They offer our customers a line of refreshing beverages, made in true Southern Style, complementing the traditions of the South and remaining true to Southern tastes.


Lazy Magnolia Brewery
7030 Roscoe-Turner Rd
Kiln, MS 39556
Phone:(228) 467-2727
Website: lazymagnolia.com
 





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