• Brew Name

    Southern Pecan

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Southern Pecan Nut Brown Ale is the first beer in the world, to our knowledge, made with whole roasted pecans. The pecans are used just like grain and provide a nutty characteristic and a delightful depth to the flavor profile. This beer is very lightly hopped to allow the malty, caramel, and nutty flavors shine through. The color is dark mahogany. Southern Pecan won a Bronze Medal in the 2006 World Beer Cup in the Specialty Beer category.

    The Story

    Mark is the crazy, creative force behind Lazy Magnolia. He comes up with ideas that often seem to have no chance of succeeding. One of those ideas was to make a beer with pecans. Many attempts at nut-beers have resulted in failure due to the high oil content. Mark was determined, so Leslie designed the recipe to work around the problem of nut oil. Even so, she had very little faith in the creation until they poured the first perfect pint. Southern Pecan has been a big hit ever since.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 13.5
    Final Gravity 5.2
    Bittering Units 19
    Lovibond Scale 15
    Alcohol by Volume 4.39%
    Grains Maris Otter, caramel malt, wheat, roasted pecans
    Hops Domestic nugget and willamette
    Flavor Profile Sweet with a soft maltiness, lots of caramel flavors
    Aroma Nutty and caramel
    Ideal Serving Temperature 50 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.5 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Indian Summer

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Indian Summer is a light profile American-style wheat ale spiced with Orange Peel and Coriander. Our recipe uses a mix of wheat and pale barley. This beer is very lightly hopped to allow the spices to shine through. Clean fermenting yeast produce a very dry, crisp base to further accentuate the spices. The aroma has a distinct citrus note without being overly fruity.

    The Story

    Indian Summer was first introduced as a seasonal offering. Due to its popularity and brisk sales in available markets, the Lazy Magnolia team decided to make this recipe year-round. It has quickly gained a loyal following and serves as a great introductory beer to the world of craft brewing. We don’t tell people what to like, we just give them great choices!

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 12
    Final Gravity 3
    Bittering Units 16
    Lovibond Scale 5
    Alcohol by Volume 4.68%
    Grains Pale barley & white wheat
    Hops High Alpha Bittering, no aroma
    Flavor Profile Light, crisp, hint of fruit
    Aroma Citrus and spicy--coriander
    Ideal Serving Temperature 42 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.8 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Jefferson Stout

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Jefferson Stout, Lazy Magnolia’s original Sweet Potato Cream Stout, is Lazy Magnolia’s version of the ideal Southern-Style Stout. Jefferson Stout is brewed with sweet potatoes and lactose (milk sugar). The sweet potatoes provide the background to an impressive taste with added notes of roasted chocolate, coffee and caramel flavors.

    The Story

    The story of the Jefferson Stout recipe highlights Lazy Magnolia’s focus on the company motto (“We don’t tell people what to like, we give them great choices.”), as well as the practice of listening to our customers. Specifically, the idea for this recipe came from a good friend of Lazy Magnolia, Chef Steve D’Angelo. As the former Owner/Chef at Bay City Grill in Bay St. Louis and early supporter of Lazy Magnolia, Chef Steve is credited with this creative recipe. We don’t tell people what to like, we just give them great choices!

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 14
    Final Gravity 5
    Bittering Units 22
    Lovibond Scale 25
    Alcohol by Volume 4.65%
    Grains Munich, caramel, barley, chocolate
    Hops High alpha bittering. No aroma hops
    Flavor Profile Chocolate, coffee, creamy
    Aroma Dark caramel, coffee
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.5 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Southern Gold

    Availability: 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg, 12oz Bottle only in Lazy Dozen Variety Pack

    Southern Gold is Lazy Magnolia’s Golden Honey Ale. Brewed with locally produced honey, this light-bodied brew was designed specifically for the City of Hattiesburg, MS., the home of the University of Southern Mississippi. This refreshing beer is noted by its smooth character and gentle, sweet honey finish.

    The Story

    Southern Gold was the creation of Lazy Magnolia Brewster Leslie Henderson. In keeping with Lazy Magnolia’s effort to craft beer suited for the Southern Palate, Southern Gold utilizes locally grown honey from nearby Ellisville, MS., which is provided by Mark Henderson’s own bee-keeping Uncle Milton.

    Leslie felt the lighter profile of the Southern Gold was well suited for the warm climate of Southern Mississippi, and the recipe has been a big success since its release in July of 2007.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 11.2
    Final Gravity 2.5
    Bittering Units 21
    Lovibond Scale 8
    Alcohol by Volume 4.55%
    Grains Pale, honey, dextrin malts
    Hops High alpha bittering hops, no aroma
    Flavor Profile Slightly sweet/chrisp/floral
    Aroma Touch of honey
    Ideal Serving Temperature 45 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.7 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Timber Beast

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Timber Beast is the first in Lazy Magnolia’s Back Porch series.  A spicy, full-bodied, rye pale ale balanced with a generous dose of Zythos hops, it’s a recipe inspired by the complex and beautiful flavors of Mississippi and a reflection of the strength and spirit of our very own Timber Beast.  Rye is a natural fit for the Imperial style.  The nutty sweetness of this hearty grain perfectly balances the generous hop bite and brings you back for another sip.

    The Story

    Timber Beast is a tribute to the wise woodsman who resides among the Piney Woods and Magnolia groves of the Hospitality State.  We’ve created Mississippi’s first Imperial Rye Pale Ale to celebrate the success this dedicated Southerner helped to achieve.  We lift our glasses to the mighty Timber Beast, to a spirit of optimism, adventure and variety.

    Retreat to the Back Porch and lazily sip your way through this Imperial Rye Pale Ale.  Big Cheer’s Y’all.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 19 Plato
    Final Gravity 3 Plato
    Bittering Units 80
    Lovibond Scale 8 SRM
    Alcohol by Volume 8.9%
    Grains Rye, Pale Malt, Carapils, Caramel
    Hops Zythos, Nugget, Cascade, Centennial
    Flavor Profile Caramel, Crisp, Bold, Spicy
    Aroma Grapefruit, Citrus, Pine
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.7 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Southern Hops’pitality

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    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!

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 1.055
    Final Gravity 1.022
    Bittering Units 60
    Lovibond Scale 15
    Alcohol by Volume 6%
    Grains 2-Row, Carapils, 40L, 15L
    Hops Citra, Cascade, Centennial, Nugget, Simcoe, Summit
    Flavor Profile Bold Grapefruit, Orange, and Mango with a dry-hopped Aroma; Crisp and Smooth Finish
    Aroma Citrus, Pine
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.7 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Southern Gentlemen

    Availability: 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Southern Gentlemen is Lazy Magnolia’s award winning Southern Pecan, the original brown ale brewed with roasted pecans, which has been aged in oak bourbon barrels and then cold filtered.  The brewers at Lazy Magnolia have combined the two most southern flavors, pecans and bourbon!  This batch is quite special.  It is the first bourbon barrel aged beer ever to be produced in the State of Mississippi, and supply is limited.

    The flavor of the bourbon warms the palate, and the toasted oak barrel enhances the natural vanilla flavors in the beer.  The beer is extremely smooth and easy drinking.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 14 Plato
    Final Gravity 5 Plato
    Bittering Units 20
    Alcohol by Volume 7%
    Grains 2-row, Maris Otter, Aramatic, Wheat, 40L, 80L, & Carapils
    Hops Nugget, Wilamette
    Flavor Profile Nutty, Bourbon, Vanilla, Caramel, Oak, Toast
    Aroma Bourbon, Vanilla, Nutty
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.7 Volumes
  • Brew Name

    Lazy Saison – Spring Seasonal

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Lazy Saison is a cultivated, refreshing Belgian ale, complex in style with a mix of fruity aroma, earthy body, and a hint of spiciness.  As the seasons change, so do our taste buds.  Lazy Saison offers a revitalizing concoction for our rugged fans working in these intense southern heats.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 15.5
    Final Gravity 1.0
    Bittering Units 20
    Alcohol by Volume 8.9
    Grains Pilsner and Wheat
    Hops Saaz
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.75
  • Brew Name

    Backwoods Belgian – Summer Seasonal

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Backwoods Belgian is an 8.5% ABV Belgian-Style Golden Ale brewed with a “Southern” infusion of Honeysuckle flowers.  It pours pale gold under a fluffy white head, lightly hopped, with fruity esters of orange, banana, and traces of sweet honey in the nose.  Backwoods Belgian marries the flavors of oranges, apples, a honey-sweet malt character, and a dry peppery finish, with a soft, warm alcohol presence on the palate.  Effervescent and refreshing, this full-bodied Golden Ale is our interpretation of the classic style with a touch of Southern Sweetness.

     

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 17
    Final Gravity 1.0
    Bittering Units 25
    Lovibond Scale 6
    Alcohol by Volume 8.51%
    Grains Pilsner
    Hops Saaz
    Flavor Profile Orange and Banana Esters, Honey-like Sweetness with an Earthy Aroma
    Aroma Earthy
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.7
  • Brew Name

    Me & the Dev-Ale – Fall Seasonal

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Me and the Dev-Ale is a rustic brew inspired by the MIssissippi Delta Blues and its folklore.  Our Autumnal release from the Lazy Magnolia Back Porch series is an 8% ABV Mississippi Strong Ale that pours a dark and sinister ruby red beneath a creamy off-white head.  The seductive caramel-sweetness is enveloped by resinous pine and citrus hops aroma, while delivering to the palate sweet biscuit, with a deluge of spicy hop bitterness in the finish. Find yourself at the ‘crossroads’ of alluring malt character and deviant hop backbone in this infamous ale, while celebrating the Blues Legends of the Mississippi Delta.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 18.5
    Final Gravity 3
    Bittering Units 60
    Lovibond Scale 22
    Alcohol by Volume 8
    Grains Maris Otter, 2 Row Pale Malt, Aromatic, 15 Luv, Special B, Rye
    Hops Nugget, Simcoe, Falconer's Flight
    Flavor Profile Caramel Sweetness, Biscuit, and Hops with a Spicy, Citrus Pine Aroma
    Aroma Citrus and Pine
    Ideal Serving Temperature 55
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.75
  • Brew Name

    Black Creek – Winter Seasonal

    Availability: 12oz Bottles, 1/6 Barrel Keg, 1/2 Barrel Keg

    Wade into darker waters with Lazy Magnolia’s Black Creek Imperial Stout.  Black as the bayou on a moonless winter night, this 8.5% Southern-Style Imperial Stout begins with aromas of dark chocolate and coffee, followed by a savory blend of roasted barley and caramel flavors, with a velvety-sweet finish.  Our full-bodies Mississippi dark ale is the perfect winter companion to warm and relax your taste buds with every slow and delicious sip.  Drink Lazy.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 19
    Final Gravity 4
    Bittering Units 55
    Lovibond Scale 40
    Alcohol by Volume 8.5%
    Grains Maris Otter, 2 Row, Black Barley, Chocolate, Roasted Barley, Aromatic
    Hops Nugget, Mt. Hood, Williamette
    Flavor Profile Coffee and Chocolate Aroma, Roasted Barley and Caramel on the palate.
    Aroma Coffee and Chocolate
    Ideal Serving Temperature 58 degrees F
    Ideal Carbonation Level 2.2
  • Brew Name

    Song of the South

    Just in time for the hot Southern Summer, Lazy Magnolia proudly announces the Debutante Series limited release of, “Song of the South.”  Our Berliner Weisse is crisp and refreshing, pouring a pale straw color under a bright and fluffy white head.  Lightly tart, with a delicate blend of sweet wheat and  malt flavors that balance this quenching and celebratory ale.  Delicious and “sessisonable,”  our light-bodied sour ale will be enjoyed all summer long.

    The Profile

    Original Gravity 1.028
    Final Gravity 1.004
    Bittering Units 4
    Lovibond Scale 2.5 SRM
    Alcohol by Volume 3.2%
    Grains German Pilsen, Wheat
    Hops Hallertauer
    Flavor Profile Crisp, Tart, and Mildly Sweet
    Ideal Serving Temperature 45