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Big news: We partnered up with ASW Distillery to make a whiskey

01.30.2017 | 2 Comments

Tasting Room 2.0

05.06.2015 | 0 Comments

Monday Night in Alabama

07.31.2014 | 2 Comments

It is easier to dress like a pirate than a Scotsman

10.28.2011 | 1 Comment

What should Monday Nights look like?

06.29.2011 | 6 Comments

We need your help. We’ve entered the phase where we will be transitioning Monday Night events away from a random garage on the west side of town to bars and restaurants serving Monday Night beers, all over the Atlanta area (and eventually Georgia). This will allow us to meet more people in different parts of

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Cooking with Monday Night beers

06.10.2011 | 2 Comments

Looking for some food to make that pairs with (and includes) Monday Night beers? Probably not, since you can’t buy our beer yet. If you’re into cooking and into Monday Night, you might want to keep this post bookmarked for future reference. My Nashville-based brother Nate hosted a tasting party with his chef-girlfriend Colby. They

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The Decatur Beer Fest did not disappoint

10.19.2008 | 9 Comments

Jeff and I found ourselves in Decatur yesterday for the annual Decatur Beer Fest. What a great time. The weather was perfect, there were a ton of great beers, and we actually bumped into a bunch of people we knew. Before we get into the beers, I would like to go on record as saying

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Getting ready for the Decatur Beer Fest

10.16.2008 | 1 Comment

It’s been a crazy week, as you may have surmised from the lack of interesting posts. We’ve been in the process of changing hosts. It hasn’t been as smooth as we would have hoped (read: our website has been down more than we’d like), but we’re confident that the worst is behind us. And with

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The GABF and why we are not attending

10.10.2008 | 0 Comments

The Great American Beer Festival is the mecca of beer festivals in America. 400 brewers, 1800 beers, 3 days (and plenty of water). And it’s going on right now. If there was one place that someone looking to start a brewery should go, this would be the place. But we’re not in Denver, we’re in

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HOToberfest. Yes please.

10.08.2008 | 6 Comments

First off, be sure to vote for us as the best homebrewing blog over at Beer Bits 2 (check the sidebar). We may not be the best straight homebrewing blog, but some poor soul nominated us, and we’re determined to win this popularity contest. I will NOT be the ugly guy that no one wants

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Rough Start

07.02.2008 | 5 Comments

For those of you that keg on a consistent basis, I’ve had a recurring issue that I just can’t figure out. We tapped our most recent batch of IPA about a week and a half ago and found it pretty disappointing. The flavor was flat, the aftertaste was metallic – it tasted like all the

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Crunching the Numbers

03.19.2008 | 4 Comments

One of the biggest objectives of Saturday’s Brewhaha was to collect some solid data on how our beers and brand are perceived by our future customers. Mission accomplished – we received nearly 400 comment cards, including about 100 for each of the three beers we served. We also asked about beer consumption and preferences. Here

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We embark on a journey of tastings

03.10.2008 | 1 Comment

It’s amazing we haven’t done this sooner. I think we were waiting until we got some good base recipes down, but now that we feel we are there, it’s time to start being especially critical about our beers. Jeff has put together a pretty complicated spreadsheet to track our beers (believe it or not, it’s

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