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Looking forward, looking back

01.05.2017 | 0 Comments

12.06.2013 | 4 Comments

So you like Monday Night beers, but you aren’t sure which one you like best? Pick up a Case of the Mondays. Yeah, we’ve got that Fu Manbrew, that Eye Patch Ale, and that Drafty Kilt to quench your thirst. But what’s that 4th beer peeking out? IS THAT SERRANO EYE PATCH?! It is. The

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10.17.2012 | 3 Comments

Presenting: All For Love Wedding Wit

04.01.2011 | 4 Comments

I just got married. Obviously, our first dance song was Bryan Adams’ “All For Love,” performed live by Jeff and Joel. If we can get video of it, you will see it. But in the meantime, I thought I should share a wedding beer label we worked up for the occasion. Bryan Adams, eat your

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Monday Night quoted in the LA Times on beer label art

03.26.2010 | 0 Comments

Yesterday the LA Times ran a story about craft beer label art. But not just any story about craft beer label art. A story in which Monday Night receives a little bit of quote love. What should you do with this information? You have a myriad of decent options: Read the article Share the article

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Federal label approval for Eye Patch Ale and Drafty Kilt

09.02.2009 | 5 Comments

Attention all you boring people who are interested in “laws” and “government” and “paperwork.” Have we got news for you! We just received federal label approval for our Eye Patch Ale and Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale. Next step is to start filing some state paperwork, which we will begin doing… NOW. Below are the final

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Blast from the past: one of the first MNB beer labels

08.14.2009 | 0 Comments

Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale label revised (slightly)

06.04.2009 | 2 Comments

Response on the first pass of our Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale label was overwhelmingly positive, but there were a few changes we felt would make it stronger: We made the kilt look less like a Scotty Dog and more like a kilt We added “mother-in-law” back into the description We made the hat a little

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Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale label mockup

05.06.2009 | 22 Comments

Thanks for all of your feedback on our first label. Now it’s time for Round 2. FINISH HIM! FATALITY! Next up, our Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale. Be sure to click on the picture for a larger version. I realize some of you will be clamoring for a plaid tie and/or suit. And I understand the

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Revised Eye Patch Ale label

04.26.2009 | 15 Comments

I’m looking for your feedback. Does this eye patch look better than the the original? I left the sides of the label off, so disregard that. We are just looking at the actual eye patch itself. Comments appreciated!

“The eye patch looks awkward”

04.24.2009 | 0 Comments

So maybe you’re right. There are many comments proclaiming the awkwardness of the eye patch in our new label mockup, which I guess is what happens when I try to freehand something. I think what we should be shooting for, in terms of look and style, can be found here: Source

Eye Patch Ale label mockup

04.23.2009 | 12 Comments

We’ve taken our sweet little time pulling together label mockups ever since we unveiled our new logo earlier this year, mostly because we have definite opinions and want to make sure we get things right. First up is the Eye Patch Ale. Expect the Drafty Kilt label soon, at which point you should hopefully be

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Wedding Beer

09.26.2008 | 1 Comment

Bottling (and corking) our Laissez-Faire Barleywine

09.18.2008 | 1 Comment

Last year we bottled the first Laissez-Faire in 22oz bombers and dipped each bottle in gold wax. They looked amazing. They were also impossible to open. This year we switched to 750mL Belgian-style bottles (note: 750mL = 25.4oz), complete with corks and cages: Those corks were tough to get on with our dinky corker. I

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The new Eye Patch Ale label

09.03.2008 | 10 Comments

I’ve been staring at this label for far too long. It’s not dramatically different from the old Swashchuckler label, which is part of the reason why I’m not quite sure it’s done. But maybe it doesn’t need to be all that different. Regardless, Jeff said I should just throw it online and see what people

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One beer. One vote.

02.08.2008 | 10 Comments

We’ve started debating the question which has no answer: If we have to pick one beer to go to market with initially, which beer should it be? There are many factors at play here, including what micros are currently widely available (Sweetwater’s 420), what Georgia has a taste for, and what name/label is most likely

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Newsflash: We rule

01.15.2008 | 8 Comments

We didn’t realize until recently, but it turns out we are awesome. The breakthrough came Thursday night as we dipped our Laissez-Faire Barleywine in gold wax and put labels on them. Turns out they look GOOD. Almost too good… Our friend actually took a bottle to Brick Store in Decatur and shared it with some

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Laissez-Faire Barleywine: The Label

11.16.2007 | 4 Comments

We’ve been waffling on a name and label for our barleywine, which has been cellared now for around 4 months. After sampling a few choice bottles over the past few months, we’re confident that this beer is going to kick some serious ass. As such, we need to make sure that the name and label

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MNB: now accepting Dads

11.13.2007 | 3 Comments

My dad made his first appearance at MNB last night. He was in town on business, whatever that means. In any event, I thought it a appropriate time to post this label which was created as a prank for his motorcycle club. Check out the inspiration here. (Thanks Mark!) Apparently my dad is a pretty

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Presenting the Headless Horseman Imperial Pumpkin Ale label (v1)

11.01.2007 | 6 Comments

Now accepting comments, suggestions, and high praises. Many many thanks to Dave who provided the name for us. The quote for this bad boy comes from Joseph Smith. Yes, THE Joseph Smith, founder of Mormonism: There has been a great difficulty in getting anything into the heads of this generation. It has been like splitting

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Laissez-Faire Barleywine? Yea or Nay?

09.25.2007 | 15 Comments

Many of you are aware of the trouble we’ve had coming up with a suitable name for our barleywine, which will be available come Christmastime. When storing the barleywine, I wrote “Laissez-Faire” on the boxes to signify that people needs to keeps their grubby paws off of our masterpiece. Laissez-Faire represents, of course, the economic

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Names to ponder

08.29.2007 | 5 Comments

Bottling our barleywine on Monday has got me thinking about names again… And I can’t get away from the hobo motif. Do any of these strike a chord (or trigger a better name?): Bindlestiff Barleywine Glad Rags Barleywine Jungle Buzzard Barleywine Steam Train Steve Barleywine I encourage you to go here or here for inspiration.

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