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RATINGS: 774   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.66/5   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
Dating back to 18th century England, the custom of blending pale and dark beers has kept the "Black & Tan" a favorite of experienced beer drinkers for centuries. Our famous recipe combines a robust English Porter with a fine Continental Pilsner, preserving the character of each, while creating the classic taste of the legendary "Black & Tan." In true American style, we bring you the best of both beers as they meet in Mississippi Mud.

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mrpeanut (17) - Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 6, 2003
I love the bottle. a nice semi-heavy B and T. Drink it quick becasue when its warm it tastes like actual mud.

bob32256 (171) - Jacksonville, Florida, USA - OCT 24, 2003
nice malt aroma; dark brown, but with a watery look; the taste is also watery; not bad, but just not interesting

tsarman (794) - Northern, New Jersey, USA - OCT 22, 2003
Big props for making the most wonderful bottle ever. It looks so back-woodsy. And a full pint too. Wonderful! The beer is very carbonaty at first, but smoothed out soon. Decent beer, decent for a store bought black and tan. Tastes very similar to the Yuengling Black and Tan.

Dorwart (2603) - Robbinsville, New Jersey, USA - OCT 22, 2003
Hmmmm. Very neat but strange bottle with a screw cap. Deduction! Nice frothy head with great lacing. Small carbonation. Aroma of roasted malts and some nuts. Color is a very nice dark reddish brown. Flavor is a little weak with malts and a bit of chocolate. Finish is smooth but bland. An ok beer and not impressive.

y0cola (361) - fremont, California, USA - OCT 10, 2003
Didn't really taste like a porter. I'm surprised to see this from NY. i was thinking wetlands. Probably why this beer sucks ass.

biomechanic (55) - Washington, USA - SEP 8, 2003
Not a bad beer but is NOT a porter by any chance. It's kinda nutty and sligtly malty, not much alcohol flavor (read bland!). Better than some macrobrews

GreatStelle (363) - Chico, California, USA - SEP 8, 2003
It sucks that Mississippi mud is made in New York, what a rip off. With that aside it's not a bad beer. It's not good either. Very watery and lacks flavor for it's color. Buy it for the bottle.

grant (842) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - AUG 28, 2003
Okay, so the jug is cool. And it's not that expensive. Reddish-purple brown. Average lacing and retention. Too bright looking. Aroma is fair: very nutty with buttery malts and a little bit of cocoa. Flavor disappoints: synthetic-tasting smokiness, plasticy, just not a good blend, in very real terms. Palate and finish are beyond underwhelming. Could it be thinner than water?

brownaler (692) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - AUG 27, 2003
Dark brown appearence that you can barely see through. Only a trace of thickness can be found in this beer and it has an unimpressive finish.

garrison (812) - Cin. city, Ohio, USA - AUG 25, 2003
They call this a stout porter?! Bullcookies! Although better than any macrobrew, this stuff is on the wimpy side, and "black-and-tans" should be made, not bottled! Hrrrmph!

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