Brewpub in Vicksburg, MS

Key City Brewing Company

1311 Washington Street, Vicksburg, MS 39180
https://www.keycitybeer.com
(601) 501-7712

Key City Brewing is located in Historic Downtown Vicksburg, MS. Attached to the Cottonwood Public House, the two businesses serve delicious food and tantalizing craft beers to the Vicksburg public. The brewery is open for business 7 days a week, keeping afternoon hours until the weekend, when it opens at 11am.

The owner and head brewer, Zack Erickson worked for Council Brewing and Groundswell Brewing out in California, so he had plenty of experience to draw upon when opening up Key City Brewing back in 2018.

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Key City Brewing Company Beer

  • Daydreams & Nightmares
  • Mississippi Queen
  • Pretty in Pink Boots

The Saison D'Amour 2020 is quite intriguing. It's an Oaked Imperial Stout featuring cabernet sauvignon grapes. Also, Mr. Sippi, brewed by Key City, is a hilarious beer name. Truly.

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