Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company Releases New Brew in Debutante Series


Kiln, Miss. – In the South we cherish a lot of things: memories, recipes, and family heirlooms. Most are passed down generation-to-generation and shared with friends along the way. Such Southern culture inspired Lazy Magnolia’s latest brew in their Debutante Series, Heirloom Ale.

Sturdy and refined, this American Sour Amber Ale aged on Pinot Noir Oak Chips is pleasantly tart with a medium-body and a vivid amber color. The Pinot Noir Oak Chips lend notes of dry oak while adding an overall complexity to the beer. Heirloom Ale is available in 750ml bottles for a limited time.

About Lazy Magnolia Brewery:

Lazy Magnolia is Mississippi’s oldest packaging brewery, and the first one since prohibition was enacted in 1907. We’ve been offering locally brewed beer to Mississippians since we were founded. 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 and surrounding states, including: MS, AL, LA, TX, GA, FL, SC, OH, KY, IL, NY, MO, AR, OK, IN, KS, VA, and TN.

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