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- Production - Micro
670 Trabert Ave NW
Atlanta, GA 30318 United States
Monday Night Brewing is an Atlanta-based craft brewery. We brew beers for the weeknights – balanced, flavorful ales that pair well with food.
Believe it or not, the idea for Monday Night Brewing grew out of a small Atlanta Bible study. We started brewing beer together on Monday nights as a way to get to know each other better. As we got more engrained in the industry and more people started showing up to brew with us, beer quickly became more than just a weeknight hobby.
We spent almost 5 years perfecting our beers before bringing them to market. Years of minor tweaks, arguments over hop profiles, and experiments with different brands of base malts are poured into every glass that we brew.
Our weeknight brewing sessions have also lent us our name and our rallying cry: Weekends are overrated. What does this mean to us?
1) It’s not about living for the weekend, but about enjoying every day as much as you can – we believe in doing what you love with your career, even if it means taking home a smaller paycheck.
2) Quality, not quantity – it’s our goal to brew beers that are both interesting and accessible. Beers that should be savored, not guzzled. After all, you’ve got work the next day, right?
3) Relationships – beers that go great with meals but are also complex enough to stand on their own if you’re grabbing a beer with a friend. Beer, at its core, is a relational beverage.
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- ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS
Monday Night Brewing Garage
933 Lee St SW
Atlanta, GA, 30310, USA
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One in five consumers have returned to on-premise establishments in Georgia, Tennessee, Florida and Texas — states that have begun the reopening process following the shutdown forced by the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19 — according to a new survey conducted by Nielsen CGA.
As its home state of Georgia became the first to lift social distancing restrictions last week, Atlanta-based Monday Night Brewing conducted a poll to gauge consumer sentiment toward returning to normal and found that nearly 75% of drinkers don’t expect to visit a taproom until June at the earliest.
German officials today cancelled the country’s famed Oktoberfest celebration due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic. The California Craft Brewers Association — a nonprofit trade group that represents the interests of the state’s craft brewers — announced today the cancellation of its “Craft Beer Summit,” which was scheduled for September 9-12 in Long Beach.
Every brewery’s goal right now should be survival, Monday Night Brewing Company co-founder Jeff Heck told Brewbound editor Justin Kendall during an interview last Friday. “If you’re not already in survival mode, you’re weeks behind,” he added.
Monday Night Brewing is poised to bring one of the first high-quality hard seltzers to the Southeast market, with the launch of Narwater Craft Hard Seltzer in late February. Narwater is distinct from its competitors because it is made with 100% real fruit.
After a successful launch of the Hop Hut—a unique 8-tap bar dedicated to all things hoppy—at its West Midtown facility in the spring of 2018, Monday Night Brewing is kicking it up a few notches.
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.
In the latest People Moves: Monday Night Brewing hires a new VP of Sales; the Beer Institute adds health policy and regulatory affairs director; former Half Acre VP seeks new opportunities; Dovetail builds a sales team; and Common Cider appoints a new VP of sales.
Co-founders of three breweries in Brewbound’s 2019 class of Rising Stars discussed their companies’ growth strategies and management techniques during a panel earlier this month at the Brewbound Live business conference in Santa Monica. The panel featured Adam Robbings, co-founder and brewmaster of Seattle-based Reuben’s Brews; Jeff Heck, co-founder and CEO of Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing; and Ryan Krill, co-founder and CEO of Cape May Brewing in Cape May, New Jersey.
Coronado Brewing Company announced Thursday the appointment of James Murray as the San Diego craft brewery’s next CEO. Meanwhile, Atlanta, Georgia-headquartered Monday Night Brewing has hired Jill Matherson as its director of people and culture.
Monday Night Brewing is adding a new beer to its year-round lineup. Lundi is an elegant, soft, and exceedingly balanced India Pale Ale—the result of months of test batches, hop experiments, and sensory panels.
Atlanta-based Monday Night Brewing will soon open a brewpub in Birmingham, Alabama. This will mark the brewery’s first taproom outside of Atlanta and first location with a full food and beverage menu.
The second Iteration of Fistful of Cake stout is the latest Black Tie release from Monday Night Brewing. This round of Fistful of Cake (chocolate-orange) embodies the decadence of chocolate but tempered with the aroma of fresh orange peels and Vietnamese cinnamon.
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Wood Cellar Manager - Monday Night Brewing
Wood Cellar Manager - Monday Night Brewing -- Multiple Locations (10/11/2018)
Wood Cellar Manager for all aspects of our sour, wild and wood-aged beer program.
Brewer - Monday Night Brewing
Brewer - Monday Night Brewing -- (06/11/2014)
Year Round Beers
|Be Easy Citra||IPA|
|Here Comes the Sun||IPA|
|With a Little Help from my Friends||IPA|
|Han Brolo||Pale Ale|
|Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA||Double IPA|
|Slap Fight||American IPA|
|Drafty Kilt||Scottish Ale|
|Space Lettuce||Double IPA|
|Dust Bunny||American IPA|
|Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt||Scottish Ale|
|Situational Ethics (Rum Barrels and Coconut)||Imperial Stout|
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