Mississippi’s liquor warehouse full

The state’s liquor warehouse is full.

Its cup runneth over, actually.

The facility in Madison, where 99 percent of the liquor that is sold in Mississippi package stores and restaurants is stored until delivery, is big enough to comfortably hold 400,000 cases of spirits. Currently, it warehouses 435,000 cases, Commissioner of Revenue Ed Morgan said.

“We’re bumping the ceiling.”