Vote on the homebrew bill before the full Assembly that was supposed to take place on Tuesday March 6, was postponed a week. There is a chance the bill will be amended before the Assembly vote. If it is amended, it will have to go back to the Senate for a vote on the amended version. With the very limited time left in this session, it's possible that time will run out before the Senate has a chance to vote on an amended bill.
The homebrew legalization bill cleared the House Economic Development and Tourism Committee, so it now needs to be schedule for a vote before the full House.
All three homebrew legalization bills that were filed this year (two in the House, one in the Senate) died in committee this past Tuesday, along with something like 69% of all bills filed in Mississippi this year.
All hope is not yet lost. According to Butch Bailey of Raise Your Pints (RYP), dead is not dead-dead. There is a remote chance that RYP will be able to get homebrew legalization added as a rider on a separate bill.