We’re kinda proud of our brewers. After all, they’re making some of the best beer in the country. But when we found out they were putting the finishing touches on the next round of Hop Hut IPAs, we shed a little tear of joy. On Friday, March 13, swing by the Hop Hut to pick up 4-packs of
Real fruit so you know it’s good. We’re jumping into the hard seltzer game with Narwater—because a “better for you” drink should taste better, too. Soon (like next week soon), Party Packs will be hitting store shelves. Party Packs include all three flavors: Blueberry Raspberry Mango Guava Grapefruit Pineapple You may be saying, “that’s great
Tears of My Enemies—our award-winning imperial milk stout series, brewed with coffee, vanilla and chocolate—is one of our most requested beers. This Saturday, 2/15, it returns with a vengeance to Monday Night Garage.
We’re launching a premium IPA series alongside a renovated West Midtown taproom. Debuting 2/7, the Hop Hut series are taproom-only, handcrafted releases—taking Monday Night’s IPA program to the next level After a successful launch of the Hop Hut—a unique 8-tap bar dedicated to all things hoppy—at our West Midtown facility in the spring of 2018, we’re kicking
Clocking in at a scant 90 calories (and 3.2% ABV), Lay Low was dry hopped with Citra, Idaho 7 and Sultana, creating the oh-so-original citrusy notes of a classic IPA. The finish is crisp, clean and dry—leaving you wanting another sip. Go ahead, treat yourself, and #slayipaallday.
Built by our crack brewing crew over the past 6 months, Busy Little Bee takes on the persona of a traditional Belgian-style tripel. But it goes in an unexpected direction with the addition of a mixed culture (brettanomyces and lactobacillus) and local Georgia Galberry honey.
Just a heads up. You may want to make it out to the Garage this weekend, as we’re releasing this year’s batch of Como Te Llamas. We aged this 12.5% ABV imperial milk stout in tequila barrels. Then we added cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla to bring the flavors of a classic horchata. Unlike last year, Bottles will only be
Situational Ethics Day is almost upon us! It’s a time to celebrate this award-winning series of big and bold imperial stouts. Each year, brewmaster Peter Kiley and the team create our base Situational Ethics – then create three different versions, using three different barrels and three different sets of ingredients. This year’s versions are: On
We’re counting down the days until Over/Under Music Fest at Monday Night Garage on Saturday, November 23. This fest will bring together eight acts across two indoor stages, including Tennis, DJ Windows 98 (Win Butler of Arcade Fire), and of Montreal. Speaking of, we teamed up with of Montreal to create a special beer for the fest. Orgone Tropics is a mixed culture sour ale
NEW ADDITIONS TO OUR IMPERIAL STOUT SERIES ARE NOT YOUR AVERAGE BEAR(REL). If you’re anything like us (we have a hunch you might be), you’re pumped that #stoutseason is upon us…arguably more excited than you are for #soupseason. Over the years, we’ve established our own tradition to ring in this magical time of overindulgence: releasing three all-new variants of our
Overnight Celebrity is grabbing headlines once again. First released in 2018, this Imperial Porter is chock full of espresso, toasted coconut and vanilla. With aromas of macadamia nut and dark malt on the nose, this beer hides its alcohol content (11.5% ABV) well. Oh, and did we mention that we aged it in maple bourbon barrels? Because
Stranger Danger goes up for grabs at the Garage Oct. 12 Barrel. Aged. Peanut. Butter. Cup. Imperial. Stout. Seven of your favorite words, in one glorious unicorn of a beer. Stranger Danger is our bourbon barrel aged peanut butter cup imperial stout. Clocking in at big ol’ 13% ABV, this beer is rich, thick and
6 Packs of the award-winning double IPA land across Georgia, Tennessee. and Alabama It’s back. After a voyage across the cosmos, Space Lettuce – our luxuriously smooth double IPA – has landed. Now available in 12 ounce 6-packs, this highly-rated beer has always been one of Monday Night’s most anticipated releases. Space Lettuce is dry hopped three separate times with a blend
Cloaks & Mirrors appears at Monday Night Garage this weekend Welcome Cloaks & Mirrors to the Monday Night Garage lineup. Some (us) would say it’s like a peach cobbler in a glass. An India Pale Ale that’s not an IPA at all. Or is it? A ridiculous amount of Citra hops were used to provide depth. Kettle souring helped
We’ve had a blast during this week’s Spirit Week festivities, but we saved the best for last. On Friday (9/20) at Monday Night Garage, we are re-releasing Ante Meridiem. This multiple award-winning beer is big and bold, full of coffee and maple and smoothed out with Ugandan vanilla beans. Aged in bourbon barrels, Ante Meridiem is best enjoyed in
Coming Saturday, Sept. 7: The latest in our series of tart, fruity and refreshing beers. Mischief Managed is our series of tart, clean, and crisp Berliner Weisse-style sours from the Garage. Adding fresh fruits to each batch only enhances the desirablility of this drink. This time around? We decided to take a trip to the Equator.
Three new beers are coming to the market soon. Football teams across the southeast grind for months prepping for this weekend. We’ve been hard at work too, with three brand new beers just released out in the wild. Silkscreen is our low ABV (5.2%) easy drinking India Pale Ale. It’s a citrusy, balanced beer that really needs to
This double IPA was dry-hopped twice with a bevy of hops, including Simcoe, Denali, Citra, El Dorado and Mosiac. Pilsner, flaked oats and wheat provide the malt backbone. Although this double IPA has a bold aroma, it is soft and delicate on the palate.
This low ABV (4.5%) table beer really hits a sweet spot for us. Table of Contents is an easy drinking beer that’s approachable for almost every palate, and perfect for sharing during all sorts of meals – from a great steak to taco Tuesdays
Brevis & Bretthead is a lot of fun to drink. It’s a symphony on your tongue of sour, bitter, sweet, and dank that somehow hits all the right notes. It’s like a peach and grapefruit cocktail more than it is a beer!