Can I make homemade wine and beer? GeorgeWashington » 22 Jan 2014 4:49 pm wrote:Today, almost one-half of the counties in Mississippi are dry with their own prohibition against the production, advertising, sale, distribution, or transportation of alcoholic beverages within their boundaries. It is even illegal to bring alcohol through a dry county in Mississippi while traveling across the country in the process of, for example, moving a personal wine or spirits collection to one's new residence
Of the 120 counties of Kentucky, 55 are completely dry and 30 are wet . The remaining 35 counties are “moist, fall somewhere between.
Certain counties allow the sale of alcoholic beverages by the drink on golf courses located in dry counties.
Some wineries are allowed to operate within dry counties.
16 cities within dry counties have voted to allow restaurants above a specified size to serve drinks.
16 other cities are wet cities located in dry counties.
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Mississippi law provides that a person may make homemade wine for domestic or household uses only. Homemade wine cannot be sold. Wine is defined as a product obtained from the alcoholic fermentation of the juice of sound, ripe grapes, fruits or berries and made in accordance with the revenue laws of the United States.
A person may make homemade beer for personal, family, domestic or household use only. Annually a person may make up to 100 gallons if there is only 1 person over 21 years of age residing in the household; or 200 gallons if there are 2 or more persons over 21 residing in the household. The person making beer must be at least 21 and must reside in a “wet” county or municipality. Homemade beer may not be sold.http://www.dor.ms.gov/info/faqs/Tobacco ... hol.html#s