UPDATED 3/24/20 Starting Wednesday, March 25 we will transition to a DRIVE-THRU to-go operation at our West Midtown taproom. The Garage will be closed until further notice. HOURS, West Midtown: Every day, 1-6pm Garage: CLOSED We are proactively taking this action in an attempt to keep our staff and guests safe in the ever-changing landscape
As one of the larger local breweries, we feel a duty to inform y’all about the state of the local beer scene. The current COVID-19 health crisis has threatened not only our brewery, but every small brewery in Georgia (and country, for that matter). Taprooms are the economic engine that fuel a brewery’s growth and,
UPDATE 3/17/2020: In the interest of public health, we have made the decision to close our taprooms temporarily. We must prioritize the health of our employees, our city, and the greater public over anything else. We are working on potential options to continue to-go sales. For now, you can reserve any of our available beers
We’re kinda proud of our brewers. After all, they’re making some of the best beer in the country. But when we found out they were putting the finishing touches on the next round of Hop Hut IPAs, we shed a little tear of joy. On Friday, March 13, swing by the Hop Hut to pick up 4-packs of
Built by our crack brewing crew over the past 6 months, Busy Little Bee takes on the persona of a traditional Belgian-style tripel. But it goes in an unexpected direction with the addition of a mixed culture (brettanomyces and lactobacillus) and local Georgia Galberry honey.
Hitting the market on January 24, Lay Low, a new year-round brand from Monday NIght Brewing, clocks in at 3.2% ABV and only 90 calories — and here’s the kicker — actually tastes like an IPA.
We’re decking out in our high school best to throw a moody masked soirée on Feb. 21 from 7pm-11pm at the Garage. Don a prom outfit and pair it with a Phantom-of-the-Opera-style mask for the ultimate look…sure to intrigue your fellow Prom-goers with those mysteriously impressive dance moves you’ve been waiting to unleash.
Thanks for being a part of an amazing 2019 – Just wait ’till you see what we have in store in 2020! 2019 was an amazing year for Monday Night Brewing.We experienced some major growth, hired new people, brewed a ton of beers, and even won some medals. Here are just some of the highlights:
Jill Matherson has joined the Monday Night Brewing team as Director of People and Culture. In this role, she will oversee all talent management and work directly with the executive team to strengthen and solidify the culture of the Atlanta-based brewery, recently named one of the top workplaces in the city.
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:
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.
We’re counting down the days until Over/Under Music Fest at Monday Night Garage on Saturday, November 23. This fest will bring together eight acts across two indoor stages, including Tennis, DJ Windows 98 (Win Butler of Arcade Fire), and of Montreal. Speaking of, we teamed up with of Montreal to create a special beer for the fest. Orgone Tropics is a mixed culture sour ale