|Vicksburg, Mississippi looking west into Louisiana.|
The Great River Road was developed in 1938, this system of connecting highways–some national, some state and even a few county roads–runs the length of the 2,348-mile Mississippi River through 10 states.
Fortunately for us, it is an industry that is endlessly supportive. So when your equipment does break there is long line of generous brewery owners who are there to lift you up. Natchez Brewing Company (see below) and the now permanently closed Lucky Town Brewing Company in Jackson, Miss., have come through for us time and time again. We are eternally grateful for their continued support, we certainly wouldn’t be where we are without them! We are a small group here in Mississippi, but a strong one...”
|Key City's Zack Erickson|
|Lisa and Patrick Miller, owners Natchez Brewing|
Cross the Mississippi here and continue on the west side track. It’s closer to the river and more scenic. Plus, another 45 miles south, the Mississippi River, which initially forms the border between Mississippi and Louisiana. Natchez Brewing: Click here.