Cathead Vodka | JBF Dinner Sponsor

Cathead Vodka is a sponsor for the April 20th James Beard Foundation Dinner at Cannon Green, hosted by chef Amalia Scatena. Cathead is Mississippi’s first legal distillery. Started in 2010 by two University of Alabama grads, Cathead gets its name and inspiration from the blues. In fact, “Cathead” is a term of endearment exchanged by blues musicians.

Wait a minute, Mississippi’s first legal distillery wasn’t founded until 2010?? That’s right, few people know that Mississippi was the last state to repeal prohibition in 1966, and many parts of the state are still considered “dry.”

Lucky for you, the James Beard Foundation dinner won’t be dry, and you will have a chance to try some Cathead cocktails, handcrafted by our mixologists.

Can’t wait until the April 20th dinner? Here’s where you can find Cathead today. Cathead is available at local farm to table restaurants around Charleston. You can sip Cathead at Husk, McCrady’s,Prohibition, and of course, right here at Cannon Green.

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