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Our West End barrel-aging and souring brewery is finally ready for the big reveal! We’d love to celebrate with you. Tickets can be purchased here.


  • Saturday is 21+. Event is from 2pm-10pm. VIP Early Access gets in at 12pm.
  • Sunday is family-friendly. Kids (12 and under) get in free. Event is from 12:30pm-7pm.


The Highlights

We’re excited to welcome you to the Garage, our barrel-aging and souring facility located in the West End. Additional drink tickets will be available for purchase on site for $3 each (8oz of core or 4oz of specialty per ticket). Make sure you purchase for the correct day, as we will be open Saturday and Sunday. What should you expect?

  • An amazing beer lineup, including many small batch barrel-aged and sour beers. Tapping times for certain beers will be annonunced closer to the event.
  • Saturday night Nappy Roots concert
  • Live bluegrass all day
  • Games courtesy of Venture Shuffleboard
  • Food available for purchase on-site from multiple food carts (not included in ticket price)
  • Non-alcoholic drinks, including house-made ginger soda, will be available for sale
  • Tours of new brewery


The Beers

We’ll have a killer lineup of beers, including:

  • Brett Brux Belgian Strong aged in Sauvignon Blanc barrels
  • Tears Of My Enemies Scotch barrel-aged imperial stout
  • Centaur coffee stout aged in whiskey barrels
  • Brett table beer
  • Backwoods Bear, a Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout aged on vanilla beans
  • Lumberjack Bear, a Bissell Maple Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout aged on vanilla and coffee
  • Island Bear, a Rum Barrel Imperial Stout aged on coconut and vanilla beans
  • Imperial Breakfast Brown Ale aged in bourbon barrels with coffee and vanilla
  • Sour Double Barrel Drafty Kilt (Bourbon and Rum) with cherries
  • Juan and Don, an imperial hoppy saison
  • Brett IPA
  • 2015 Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale
  • 2016 Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale
  • Tie 6 On Double IPA
  • Dr. Robot Blackberry Lemon Sour
  • Han Brolo Hazy Pale Ale
  • Fu Manbrew Belgian Wit
  • Slap Fight IPA
  • Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale
  • Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA

This page will be updated as additional beers are announced and tap times for limited beers are released.


Other Details

The Garage is within walking distance of the West End MARTA Station, and is also located along the new Westside BeltLine trail. Travel safe!

Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is seeking a seasoned salesperson to join our small team. This is a full-time position, with competitive base salary and commission offered. Position would be based in Atlanta, GA and would require frequent travel, reporting to the Senior Market Manager.  Applications without cover letters will not be reviewed.


  • 2 years sales experience minimum
  • Beer industry experience a plus, but not required
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong knowledge of and passion for craft beer preferred
  • Flexible working schedule, including weekends and evenings as necessary
  • Willing and able to lift 31.5 lbs and move 165 lb kegs
  • Valid driver’s license and clean driving record
  • Must be 21+
  • Self starter with excellent task management skills
  • Computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Alcohol Responsibility – must understand that you are a representative of Monday Night Brewing and the alcoholic beverage industry and conduct yourself responsibly at all times


  • Build long-term relationships with on- and off-premise retail accounts to increase sales. This includes craft beer bars, neighborhood restaurants, Mom & Pop liquor stores and large chains.
  • Visit 10 accounts in person per day and use reporting tool to manage visits and follow-up
  • Attend weekly sales meetings
  • Set up, manage and run promotions, events, and festivals including beer dinners, tastings, and beer-of-the month features, with the expectation of averaging 2 events (evening or weekend) per week
  • Communicate and work side-by-side with distributor representatives including training them about our beers and brand, and conducting ride-alongs with them.
  • Send recap of any market work that requires follow up to wholesaler management
  • Communicate with wholesaler on all aspects of events in their territory in a timely manner

Optional, but not required:

  • Interesting hobby
  • Brings the party

The selected candidate will be required to pass a background check as a condition of employment.
To apply, please click here

Starting in September, Georgia beer laws take a big step forward, joining the rest of the country (literally every other state) in allowing direct sales to consumers. Practically, this means that you will be able to visit a brewery and buy a pint of beer. You can buy one pint, or you can buy many pints. You can also buy up to a case of beer to take home with you.

We will no longer be constrained by the tour system, so say goodbye to the take-home pint glasses and ticket systems. This gives us a lot more flexibility. We will be open longer hours and will have multiple size options for many of our beers available for purchase.

Our hope is that the longer hours will also help cut down on lines and create more of a “hangout” vibe. Swing by for a beer on your drive home without worrying about whether you’ll be able to use up all your tickets before we close. Or even better, work/study at the brewery. Bring a book, bring your computer, jump on our wifi… all while sipping on a delicious small batch beer. To that end, we will be adding more seating and tables. So… starting September 2, here are our new hours.

New Hours

Monday – 4pm-9pm
Tuesday – 4pm-9pm
Wednesday – CLOSED (longer hours coming 2018)
Thursday – 4pm-9pm
Friday – CLOSED (longer hours coming 2018)
Saturday – 12pm-4pm (longer hours coming 2018)
Sunday – CLOSED (longer hours coming 2018)

More Options

Pricing will vary by beer, but in general expect:

  • $2.50-3.00 8oz core and small batch beers
  • $4.50-5.50 16oz core and small batch beers
  • $4+ specialty 8oz beers
  • $10 flights (4 4oz beers)

We’ll be open longer hours at the Garage once it opens up. If you haven’t been to Monday Night in awhile, make sure to come back in September and check out the new vibe and new options!

The Monday Night Brewing Westside 10 is back! Saturday, December 9th, 2017 our friends, the Runningnerds, are organizing our annual race around the Westside of Atlanta. The finish line is our brewery, and we’ll be waiting for you there. Registration opens August 1st and has 800 spots available. This race has historically sold out, so don’t wait too long to sign-up!

The Westside 10 2017 Race Details

  • 10K/10Mile options
  • December 9th, 2017
  • 8:00AM – 11:00AM
  • A hilly & challenging course through Atlanta’s Westside business and residential district



With the opening of our 2nd production facility this fall, we decided it was time we took a look at our entire portfolio to see how the beers coming out of the Garage will fit in. After weighing many different options, we have some pretty exciting changes to announce, including two new core beers, a complete overhaul of our packaging, and a bold new look. These new beers (and new cans) should start rolling out in late September!

New Beers

Two new beers will round out an already solid core lineup. We have never released a pale ale, so it took us awhile to brew one worthy of the Monday Night name. Han Brolo is that pale ale. It is hazy and crushable, brewed with tons of wheat malt and Simcoe, Mosaic, and Mandarina Bavaria hops to give it a nice, juicy bite.

And for our next trick… Dr. Robot. Dr. Robot is a blackberry lemon sour, brewed on a pilsner base and then soured. This is one tart, refreshing beer, and the blackberry and lemon additions add complexity and flavor. These two beers will take the spots of Eye Patch Ale and Nerd Alert.

New Packaging

We’re moving all core beers, seasonal beers, and Black Tie beers to 12oz cans. Core and seasonal offerings will be in 6-packs. Black Tie beers, such as Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt, will come in 4-packs. Boom. You’re welcome.

New Look

We have had the same packaging for almost 6 years now, and while it has served us well, it hasn’t been as versatile as we’d like, given the current craft beer environment. After an extensive design process involving hundreds of designs, consumer testing, and a bunch of whining, we’ve landed on something we’re amped up about.

The new packaging will accentuate the necktie, which has always been a core part of who we are. The necktie symbolizes our journey from white collar to blue collar, where we realized it’s more important to love what you do than to be paid well for something you don’t enjoy. We will also use a predominantly white background with bold colors and patterns to distinguish individual beers. This new direction keeps our core identity, but allows us to be a bit more free and playful with new designs and beers moving forward.

We can’t wait to get these new cans into your grubby, beer-loving hands.

We’ve had an overwhelming response to our $100K in 100 Days initiative. To summarize:

We have set a goal to help organizations doing good work in our neighborhood, City, and State raise $100,000 in the first 100 days of operation at our new barrel-aging and souring facility, The Garage, set to open in September.

The application process has officially closed, but we have started scheduling events for some wonderful non-profits. We wanted to share the good work of these 19 organizations (and counting) that we will be donating our space, and beer, and time to. Click on an image to be taken to the organization’s website, or scroll down to read more on each organization. We’re looking forward to working with even more organizations in the coming months, so stay tuned!


The Organizations (So Far)

The Work

  • The Shirlock Foundation is focused on helping families of college students battling cancer with the financial burden incurred. The foundations name honors Georgia Tech Student, Jonathan Shirlock, who was lost to Leukemia in 2006. Jonathan’s passing motivated his friends to start a fund for students in similar situations “so that something good could result from the sorrow of his loss”.
  • Bearings Bike Shop provides the youth in West Atlanta with a safe and positive environment to thrive in. Teaching our kids how to fix, and maintain bikes allows them to learn a trade, while building character that will help them be successful.
  • In 2014, the CDC reported that 58.9% of youth in Georgia do not have access to exercise equipment. Urban Perform strives to provide a pathway to a healthy lifestyle for those who don’t have the funds or access to a gym. They provide free access to children under 18, and a very low fee to others attempting to allow all people the chance to work out.
  • BeLoved has decided to confront the human trafficking problem in Atlanta head-on. BeLoved Atlanta provides a two-year recovery program for women to escape sexual exploitation and rebuild their lives.
  • Good Sam gives low income families high quality health care for affordable prices. General medical care, dental, mental health, social services, and health education are all available to affected Atlanta residents.
  • The Midtown Assistance Center is focused on helping our local community in crisis. Providing a food pantry, transportation, even Georgia ID cards for employment are among the many services that the Midtown Assistance Center provides to help people get back on their feet.
  • With a focus on the Pittsburg and Adair Park neighborhoods, BluePrint58 wants to foster a healthy community by mentoring at local schools, and promoting healthy living.
  • Headquartered here in Atlanta, The American Cancer Society assists those affected by cancer, The society educates, funds research, and provide support to those not only in Atlanta, but also around the world.
  • The Urban Arts Alliance is focused on blending the art and culture of the East Point area, with businesses to benefit the local community.
  • Since 2003, The Atlanta Police Foundation works to fund high priority projects that enhance the City of Atlanta’s ability to fight and prevent crime. This organization supports the Mayor, the Chief of Police, and the Atlanta Police Department helping the city stay safe as it continues to grow.
  • WeCycle is a non-profit bike shop in Atlanta that provides learning opportunities to maintain bicycles as well promoting healthy lifestyles.
  • Susan G. Komen is helping those affected by breast cancer. Providing breast cancer services at home for those who cannot afford treatment, as well as funding research to find cures, the Susan G. Komen organization is making a difference in Atlanta.
  • Paint Love offers free “transformational art workshops” that focus on people affected by poverty and trauma. Artists work to promote self-esteem, acceptance, and emotional healing throughout the Atlanta area.
  • The Southern Center for Human Rights is an advocate for equality, justice, and dignity in the criminal justice system, specifically in the Southern United States. Focused on representing people of color, the poor, and other marginalized groups, SCHR’s mission is to end mass incarceration, capital punishment, and other criminal justice practices.
  • In an attempt to stabilize Southwest Atlanta, Committed To Communities works to renovate and showcase Atlanta neighborhoods. They also strive to educate the community on the benefits of being a homeowner.
  • PAWkids is focused on helping parents in the Grove Park area, raise their kids with a strong sense of community and spirituality. They help their neighborhood by supporting families and leaving an “imprint” on their youth.
  • The Christmas season is a sensitive time of the year for families in need. Since 1972, The Empty Stocking Fund helps keep the Christmas spirit alive by providing gifts for underprivileged children in the Atlanta area.
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta works to save and change the lives of children and teens, especially those who need us most, by providing a safe, positive, and engaging environment and programs that prepare and inspire them to achieve Great Futures.