Monday Night Slushee Fund debuts at the brewery this weekend.
The latest from the Atlanta-based brewery is a gose, brewed with sweet cherries, fresh lime peel, and a touch of sea salt. It’s been available in the taproom on draft in the past.
16-ounce cans of Slushee Fund will be available at Monday Night’s Trabert Avenue location starting March 29th.
Monday Night Vinology Syrah debuts this weekend, signaling a new series of “hybridized” American wild ales from the Atlanta based brewery.
This first chapter in a coming series of “hybridized” wild ales. Vinology Syrah is fermented it oak with its namesake Syrah grapes. According to the brewery, drinking this with your wine-loving friends will “blow your collective minds”.
Monday Night Vinology Syrah debuts at the brewery’s Garage location on March 2nd.
More pastry stouts. Monday Night Fistful of Cake is coming to the brewery’s Westside Atlanta location on March 8th.
You should know what a pastry stout is by now. In this case, this release is inspired by opera cake, a French dessert known for its layers of chocolate and coffee. The chocolate in this beer comes from the malt, the coffee from local roaster Batdorf and Bronson, and a “budget-breaking” amount of vanilla beans.
Look for Monday Night Fistful of Cake in 16-ounce cans at the brewery on March 8th, hitting limited distribution shortly after.
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Atlanta based Monday Night Brewing is adding distribution to Memphis, Tennessee. The brewery has signed a distribution deal with A.S. Barbaro.
In 2018, the brewery added Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville distribution and found a great fan reception.
“We were pleasantly surprised by the reaction we got in Tennessee when we expanded to Chattanooga, Nashville, and Knoxville last year. So we knew that we wanted to also come to Memphis and the rest of West Tennessee. But we also wanted to make sure that we could keep up with the demand of our other markets. After purchasing some new equipment and adding more staff, we’re confident we can handle the additional load.” – ” Monday Night Brewing CEO and co-founder Jeff Heck
Memphis drinkers can expect Monday Night’s core and seasonal releases starting in May 2019.
Monday Night Don’t Call It Hotlanta returns ahead of the city’s hosting of the Super Bowl.
Last year, the brewery’s Black Tie Series became home to this quadruple dry-hopped imperial India pale ale, brewed with Columbus, Citra, and Galaxy hops. According to the brewery, it’s a “bridge collapsing” 8.5% alcohol by volume. Don’t know what that means by bridge collapsing in Atlanta? Google it. It was truly a shitshow.
With the unpredictability of Atlanta’s spring weather, this cloudy double IPA pops with sunny tropical notes on the nose. It drinks dank and finishes with a bit of bitterness, much like an Atlanta sports fan.
Monday Night Don’t Call It Hotlanta will be available once again in a new 16-ounce can format and draft for a limited time starting January 25th.
Drink it in good health… and don’t call it “Hotlanta”.
Style: Imperial IPA
Hops: Citra, Galaxy, Columbus
Malts: Pilsner, 2-Row, Flaked Oats
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Latest Return: 1/25/19
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Monday Night Offshore Account Nitro cans are now officially on hold indefinitely. The release was originally slated for January 5th. There is no release date set.
Monday Night Offshore Account Nitro is a pale ale, brewed with pineapple and mango puree. Soon to be available in 16-ounce cans and nitro taps.
Monday Night All Yall Pale Ale makes a new seasonal debut on January 5th.
The Atlanta brewery touts this new release as a “low ABV pale ale”, brewed with Citra and Simcoe hops. A “welcome to the New Year have 3 or 4 and forget resolutions” beer if you ask us.
“…this is a citrusy, tropical, easy drinking, low ABV pale ale that’s just hoppy enough.”
Monday Night All Y’all Pale Ale will be available at the brewery’s West Midtown Atlanta location when the brewery opens on January 5th.
Style: Pale Ale
Hops: Citra, Simcoe
Malts: Pilsner, Spelt, Carapils
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft