Less Monday in the short-term, more Monday in the long-term


Many of you have noticed that we have been canceling Monday Night more than usual lately. Little quips like this on Twitter have clued us in:


Fortunately we’re pretty terrible at reading sarcasm. Mark, I am going to come over to your house with a 6-pack of Bacardi Mojitos to make up for it. Two can play the sarcasm game.

I would like you to know that this sudden flurry of cancellations is not because we hate you. However, it will most likely continue in the immediate future. We are making more progress on the business front, and unfortunately it is taking up more of our time. Since we are all trying to start a brewery while keeping our day jobs (at least for now), we’ve had to make the best use of the limited time we have, and Mondays fill that void perfectly.

So what can you expect? We will be brewing approximately 2 times per month until we launch, hopefully early next year. The actual brewing dates haven’t been finalized yet, so check the website. We hope that this will allow us to place more emphasis on the behind-the-scenes aspects of starting this business, which will allow us to get out on shelves quicker, giving you access to Monday Night whenever you want. Questions? Comments? Concerns? We’d love to hear them (seriously, I’m not being sarcastic again).

6 thoughts on “Less Monday in the short-term, more Monday in the long-term

  1. I’m internet famous!!! Also, I’m not a hater, I just miss y’all. I’m all for whatever gets the goods on the shelf sooner.

    p.s. Jonathan, please bring the raspberry-flavored 6-pack.

  2. Way to keep your eye on the goal ahead. Easy for me to say though, since I don’t get to experience the benefit of Monday nights.


  3. Contrary to the other John, this homo economicus would rather get more free beer now than pay for beer later(ceteris paribus). But I’m all for the goal of making it a for-profit-enterprise–even if it means sacrifice.

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