Posted on Jan 9, 2012 by Kathleen |
Those of you familiar with Lazy Magnolia’s Reb Ale are aware of its captivating flavors and crisp, balanced body. It was Lazy Magnolia’s first beer style designed for a particular location, brewed to recognize the overwhelming support of the Oxford, Mississippi market, where the University of Mississippi is located. Oxford is famed for its history and Southern culture.
But did you know it changed names recently? Yes! Reb Ale, nicknamed “Lazy Magnolia’s Deep South Pale Ale,” was so well known by that name that the brewery made it official. The beer hasn’t changed, however. Every glass is still a perfect year-round, moderately hopped session ale with the unique, one-of-a-kind taste its consumers love. Try some today! Its familiar packaging is easy to spot on your local package store’s shelves.
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