Our top priority is (and always has been) making awesome beer for awesome people, but creating a cool and comfortable environment where those awesome people can enjoy our brews is pretty high up there too. The Monday Night Brewing tasting room has been a beer-lovers’ mecca since we opened our own brewery just over two years ago, and while a lot of thought was put into the design of the space before we ever opened our doors, there’s always room for improvement. So, if you haven’t been by recently, here’s what we’ve done to make our tasting room even better.

New Chalkboards

Shortly after we opened up, we put once-intern-but-now-sales-gal Zoe to work decorating two giant chalkboards to hang above the bar to tell people about our four beers. It wasn’t long before four beers turned to five, which quickly grew to ten, and soon those two chalkboards were falling down on the job (not literally though, that would be dangerous). And as we’ve been getting busier, we realized that there needed to be a better way to let you guys know which beers were on tap, and where. So to make it easier to figure out which line to get in at the bar, we’ve drawn new chalkboards (thanks, Zoe!) for each beer that hang over whichever tap that beer is being poured from. Less confusion, faster lines, better experience! Plus, it’s pretty.

outdoor bar

The guys really thought out the design of the tasting room when they renovated our old warehouse into the functional space it is today. Building the main bar to open up to the patio in addition to the indoor part of the tasting room is an awesome (and super useful) feature of the space. But with the recent upswing in temperatures, our patio has become busier than ever, so to help alleviate the lines at our main bar, we’ve added a custom-built outdoor bar with eight more taps. It’s not up and running quite yet, but will be very very soon.

outdoor heaters

gas starter fire pitOur patio is amazing during the warm months, but our guests (and employees, if we’re being real here) want to be able to enjoy it during the cooler months too. We noticed over the last two winters that a couple of fire pits that needed constant tending weren’t cutting it during the winter, so we’ve run gas lines the length of the patio. We added a gas starter to one of the fire pits, and we have hook ups for standing propane heaters. We’re sure they’ll be a welcome addition once the temperatures drop.

Serrano-Eye-Patch-Clip-On-500pxWe’ve been simmering on an idea here at the brewery for awhile. Many breweries have seasonals… lighter beers in the summer, winter warmers in the winter, and who knows what in the spring (maybe a pale ale?!). We wanted to do something a little different.

Monday Night Brewing has 5 core beers, and they all sell equally well, which is rare for a brewery. In some ways, not having a flagship beer has been helpful. It’s easier to introduce new craft beer lovers to a beer they might like. But while we’re happy with our core lineup, there’s no reason we shouldn’t be able to have a little fun with them. So we developed the Clip-On Series.

Clip-On Series beers will be available 3-4 months at a time, in 6-packs and on draft, and will each be a twist on a core beer. First up, a beer that has been in and out of our draft lineup for a couple years: Serrano Eye Patch Ale.

Serrano Eye Patch Ale is infused with fresh Serrano peppers (hundreds of them). It’s got a touch of heat, but more pepper flavor than you might expect from a “hot” beer. It’s delightful and surprisingly refreshing, and starting today you can find it at your favorite bottle shop or bar.

We’re partnering up with Beer Street Journal to launch a Clip-On contest – come up with an idea for a twist on a base beer, and we’ll brew our favorite and serve it in the tasting room. You and your friends (assuming you win, which you will) will all be invited for the launch. More info on that soon. Until then, you might want to get familiar with our core lineup of beers. Taste-testing is encouraged.

You’ve set the date. You found the perfect venue and you’re narrowing down the rest of your vendors. There are a ton of factors that go into producing an event, but have you considered all of the ways you can personalize your party? Adding branding to your venue and decor is a great way to make your guests feel special and to make your event truly memorable.

Cocktail Napkins

Everyone’s seen monogrammed cocktail napkins, but did you know that they’re one of the most cost effective ways to personalize your event? Websites like offer fully customizable napkins (along with about a million other personalized products) for as little as $25 a box.

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Gobo Projectors

If you’ve been to our tasting room, you’ve probably noticed the “Weekends Are Overrated” light projection on the reclaimed wood wall. This projection is totally customizable–websites like allow you to buy a personalized disc that we can install for your event! If this is something you’re interested in, make sure you talk to your venue manager about the size specs for their Gobo projector before you order anything.

Image by Jayne B Photography

Custom Pint Glasses

At Monday Night Brewing, souvenir pint glasses for your guests are part of the event rental package, and (spoiler alert!) they too can be customized. Even if your venue doesn’t offer take home glassware, personalizing a pint glass or mason jar is a great way to brand your event and make your guests feel super duper special.

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Projectors and Slideshows

Last but definitely not least, taking advantage of an in-house projector is a great way to make the space your own. Whether you’re going full-blown embarrassing baby pictures at a rehearsal dinner or using a slideshow of logos to thank your corporate sponsors, a built in A/V system is one of the easiest ways to personalize a venue for your event.

Monday Night Brewing is officially a whiny toddler, thanks to your support. We turned 3 this August and threw a great party to celebrate it – Aptly named Tie Three On.

If you weren’t able to join, here’s what you missed:

Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is seeking sales and marketing interns for Summer 2015 to join our incredibly good-looking team. This is a full-time, unpaid internship, however class credit is offered where applicable and stipend is available for full-time interns.


  • Must have strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including many, many weekends and evenings
  • Must have a willingness and ability to step in wherever needed
  • Must be physically able to move kegs
  • Must be 21+
  • Must be a self starter with excellent task management skills


  • Representing the brand and brewery at beer festivals, pint nights, etc. during night/weekend events
  • Training and overseeing beer festival volunteers
  • Writing notes to new and loyal accounts
  • Keeping contact information up-to-date and current
  • Assisting sales team out in the market
  • Interacting with retail and distributor customers

Optional, but not required:

  • Opposable thumbs
  • Lover of monster movies

Monday Night Brewing is a craft beer company founded in 2011 based in Atlanta, GA. Our slogan, “weekends are overrated,” embodies all that we do. We brew balanced, flavorful beers for weeknight consumption and believe in making the best out of each day. Even weekdays. Read more about us on this website (duh). Please email resume with cover letter and salary history to careers [at] mondaynightbrewing [dot] com. Cover letter should include why you would like to join our team, why weekends are overrated, and why you are the ideal candidate. Seriously, we read cover letters. And we’re really good at spelling.