Grab your tickets now!On December 16 (that’s Monday – you know we don’t celebrate the holidays only on weekends), Christmas in Space is coming to the Garage! Attendees of last year’s soiree know that it’s imperative to glitz up in your most holiday-metallic, intergalactic, Griswolds-meet-the-Jetsons, rocket ship Santa-inspired outfits to attend this interstellar, brew-fueled bash that includes: Live
Just a heads up. You may want to make it out to the Garage this weekend, as we’re releasing this year’s batch of Como Te Llamas. We aged this 12.5% ABV imperial milk stout in tequila barrels. Then we added cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla to bring the flavors of a classic horchata. Unlike last year, Bottles will only be
Situational Ethics Day is almost upon us! It’s a time to celebrate this award-winning series of big and bold imperial stouts. Each year, brewmaster Peter Kiley and the team create our base Situational Ethics – then create three different versions, using three different barrels and three different sets of ingredients. This year’s versions are: On
The first ever Over/Under music fest is happening Nov. 23 at Monday Night Garage. Check out the set-and the beer-lists.
On my excursion back to Nashville this weekend I thought I’d take the opportunity to check out the local micro, Yazoo. Given that they started up in 2003, they weren’t around when I was in high school (nor was I able to purchase their beer due to “underage-ity“). So. My brother and I made the
Who knew the Sri Lankans could brew like this? Last night I was having a nice dinner with the family at F. Scott’s in Nashville. Two things of note. 1) The valet told me mine was the only car he’d parked playing Immortal Technique. Immortal Technique is kind of heavy underground hip-hop, to which I
I went to a bar last night. To pick up chicks… or meet some guys for a drink. Whatever. Regardless, I was less than impressed by The Rusty Nail’s beer selection. Here’s how you know a bar is going above and beyond the call of duty: Of 5 meager beers on tap, approximately 20% of
I find it interesting to hear responses when I tell people I’ve been brewing my own beer (and I tell a lot of people). Common first responses include “Why?” (because I can), “How?” (with my secret recipes), “Where?” (at the official MNB headquarters in the ATL) but the much better and fairly frequent response is
If you do happen to show up early, there’s a good chance that Joel will be tearing down his deck and will guilt you into helping him. There’s also a good chance he’ll give you tissue paper gloves to use while chucking nail-ridden boards into the back of a pickup truck. Or perhaps he’ll bark
Hey kids. Wow, this is weird. I feel like I’m having some sort of out of body experience. Like I’m floating high above the room, seeing myself typing about myself. You see, this is my first time blogging. Ever. Isn’t this a big deal or something? I guess I’m supposed to write about beer. Hm.
So here I am in Nashville… minding my own business… going to dinner at OMBI, a new frou-frou restaurant here in town. While they have a bar that extends the length of the establishment, they only have 2 beers on tap. One of them is a Yazoo Stout (apparently a Nashville micro which I’m ashamed
…to the official kickoff of Monday Night Brewery. Oh, this is going to be sweeeeeet.