Full kegs of beer are a beautiful thing



Yesterday we kegged the first production batch of Monday Night ? both the Eye Patch Ale and the Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale. The sight brought tears to my eye. Partly because it was so beautiful to see them all lined up and ready to go, like kindergartners on their first day of school, but mostly because kegging is hard work. My back still hurts…


Look at those guys. Like puppies with their eyes still swollen shut, just searching for their mother’s teat. Okay, I’m going to lay off of that analogy before it gets too graphic. Here’s what the finished product looked like (only with way more kegs):


We’ll be announcing more rollout locations and some super special events early next week, so stay tuned!

8 thoughts on “Full kegs of beer are a beautiful thing

  1. Congrats guys! I’ve been following your blog for a couple of years now. Happy to see you reach this point. Hoping to visit Atlanta and track down your beer before too long. Oh, and thanks for cutting short the puppy analogy.

  2. Is that a picture of the kegs being filled? Or carbonated?

    Looks awesome! Congrats!

  3. I see in the last picture you are using torpedo kegs. Will those be sold at local stores (Like Mac’s or Green’s?) for personal consumption (i.e. kegerator).

  4. Like Doug, I’ve been following you guys for a few years and I’m happy to see you getting to the point of being fully operational. I know this is a long way off or possibly not in the plans, but when can I buy some in Delaware?

  5. Congrats guys! I still haven’t had the chance to taste your beer yet and like the fellas above, have been watching you guys for at least the last two years if not more. It’s been fun watching you get to this point. Hope you have a great opening next week. I’ll drink a home brew in your name!

  6. Thanks guys! To answer a few questions…

    @rob Those kegs are being filled

    @Matt At some point, but we’re focused on bar accounts at the moment.

  7. Hey guys. Been following you from Raleigh NC. Cant wait to visit and try some tasty brews. Cheers and Good luck coming up!

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