Monday Night recap: “The driest ice around” edition


Brewing TOTALLY HAPPENED last night. We brewed up a slightly fuller version of our Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale. It should come as no surprise that Joel required assistance most of the evening, even when performing simple tasks such as holding a flashlight.


Those of you who came last night may have noticed that it felt like winter outside. Fitting, given that yesterday was the winter solstice. We did our best to combat Sister Winter with a roaring fire. Seriously. This fire was roaring like a lion.


In other news, this marked the first Monday with genuine MNB-branded t-shirts for sale. Not those Chinese knock-offs that have been circulating the streets. A general rule: if the prices on MNB gear seem too good to be true, they probably are. Just the other day I was walking down Peachtree and some dude offered to sell me a Monday Night t-shirt for NEGATIVE FIVE DOLLARS. “Friend,” I told him, “There is no way that is legitimate apparel. Also, I question your margins.” Our genuine American Apparel shirts are only $10, which may sound too good to be true. But I assure you it is just good enough to be true.


And finally. Justin brought over some unused dry ice for us to play with. Joel about peed his pants he was so excited. Don’t worry, we didn’t let Joel do HALF of the things he wanted to do with it.


Thanks to everyone who came last night! We’ll see you all again in 2010 – the year of our launching.

One thought on “Monday Night recap: “The driest ice around” edition

  1. is that an 8 year old kid with a bowl cut holding that flashlight? I think I misplaced one of those last time I went to Monday Night brewery.

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