Microbrewery in Starkville, MS

Mayhew Junction Brewing Company

106 Eckford Drive, Starkville, MS 39759
https://www.mayhewjunction.com
(662) 546-0510

Starkville made, but Mayhew inspired, per Mayhew Junction's own words. They focus on brewing highly-drinkable beers. That's the goal. And, it shows in their beer selection: a pale ale, a hefeweizen, a milk stout, and an english mild. There's no double dry hopped IPAs brewed with hibiscus here.

Breweries near Mayhew Junction Brewing Company in Starkville, MS

Mayhew Junction Brewing Company Beer

  • Chocolate Hookup
  • Mayhew Pale
  • Mayhew Weiss

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