Monday Night Cardigans of the Galaxy imperial IPA will be available starting September 27th.
This 9.5% alcohol by volume IPA delivers big on hops: Columbus, Mandarina Bavaria, Simcoe, Citra, Ekuanot, Mosaic, Comet, and Galaxy to be exact. The “secret sauce” according to the brewery is the extra dry finish and the “big citrusy melony nose”.
16-ounce cans of Monday Night Cardigans of the Galaxy will be available at the brewery’s Trabert Avenue location on September 27th.
Style: Imperial IPA
Hops: Columbus, Mandarina Bavaria, Simcoe, Citra, Ekuanot, Mosaic, Comet, Galaxy
Availabilty: 16oz Cans, Draft.
9.5% ABV, 95 IBUs
Another milkshake IPA is inbound in Atlanta. Monday Night Piranha Dealer debuts on September 14th.
A-Town’s Monday loving brewery has established a “milkshake” India pale ale base with rolled oats, torrified wheat, acidulated malt, honey, and of course – lactose milk sugar. A milkshake IPA is no milkshake IPA without a blast of fruit and vanilla. For this release, strawberries are the star.
Pre-sales of Monday Night Piranha Dealer have closed. 16-ounce cans will be available at the brewery’s “Hop Hut” on Trabert Avenue on September 14th.
Availability: 16oz Cans. Draft. Limited Release.
Monday Night Last Will and Testament will join the Atlanta brewery’s lineup on September 22nd.
Old ale isn’t necessarily “old” per say. Many of these old world styles have aged for some time in wood vats. One of the most famous British examples is Gale’s Prize Old Ale.
The old ale style has evolved over the decades and centuries. Almost always malty and strong, some of the famous examples in the United States are North Coast Old Stock Ale, Founders Curmudgeon, or Bell’s Third Coast Old Ale. (Incidentally, Founders Curmudgeon’s Better Half, a barrel aged edition of this beer is on shelves now after 6 years.)
Monday Night’s interpretation of the style is malty and strong (11.5% alcohol by volume), and perhaps a little “old” as well – aged 14 months in bourbon barrels. Why “Last Will & Testament?” Perhaps an allusion to old age. Good to have one.
Monday Night Last Will & Testament will be available in 16.9-ounce bottles at the brewery’s Garage location on September 22nd.
Atlanta, Georgia’s Monday Night Brewing will have some whiskey bragging rights to go alongside their beer lineup. The brewery has an ongoing collaboration with American Spirit Works.
This story starts 5 years ago, with Monday Night co-founder Joel Iverson living next door to American Spirit co-founder Charlie Thompson. The businesses were born literally next door to each other. From a fermentation standpoint, brewing and distilling have a lot in common, so Monday NIght’s head brewer Adam Bishop and ASW’s distiller Justin Manglitz had a lot to talk about.
Monday Night Scottish-style Single Malt Whiskey starts with a mash full of cherrywood smoked malt, the same used in their flagship Drafty Kilt Scotch Ale. The mash was transferred 5 miles down the road using the highly scientific “renting a Penske truck” method. ASW distilled the mash and transferred it to white oak quarter casks.
Fortunately, our patience has paid off. Like the mighty Scottish badger, this Scotch-style Whiskey has a pleasant bite and will burrow into your belly with a smooth, slightly sweet, and delightfully smoky finish. – Monday Night Brewing
Monday Night Scottish-style Single Malt Whiskey is available in 750-milliliter bottles at Atlanta area liquor stores again in late-August and September.
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Monday Night Dinner For One debuts on September 1st. A lonely beer for one.
The Atlanta based brewery calls this a “multigrain India pale ale”, as it’s brewed with a mix of torrified wheat and spelt. The difference? Spelt is also called “hulled wheat”, a subspecies of common wheat. Torrified wheat refers to the process the wheat is treated with. In this case – a high-temperature heat treatment that breaks down the structure of the grain.
Both are used in this case for a hazy effect in the IPA. Because -these days it’s all about haze.
A rustic, smooth IPA that’s the perfect pair for ramen noodles, tv dinners and boxed mac and cheese.
Monday Night Dinner For One will be available in 12-ounce cans and draft, starting at 12 noon on September 1st.
Hops: Mosaic, Motueka, Hallertau Blanc
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Monday Night Dust Bunny a juicy, hazy India pale ale is back this weekend.
The Atlanta based brewery is making some packaging changes to their lineup, going all-aluminum for their current production facility.
As for Monday Night Dust Bunny, the beer is very much on par with the hazy, juicy IPAs currently in high demand. Brewers Peter Kiley, Adam Bishop, and Sarah Green’s recipe is brewed with Comet, Ekuanot, Citra, and Mandarina Bavaria hops. Drink this beer fresh, soon. It won’t be around long.
Dust Bunny is packed with aromatics of orange and lemon dripping with honey. Its soft yet bright body contributes notes of peach. Moderate bitterness balances a juicy mouthfeel for an all-around refreshing IPA.
Monday Night Dust Bunny is available again in 12-ounce cans for a limited time.
Hops: Comet, Ekuanot, Citra, Mandarina Bavaria
Malts: Flaked Wheat, 2-Row, Munich, Carapils
Availability: 12oz Cans
Debut: Late October 2017
Latest Return: 8/10/18
6.8% ABV, 60 IBUs
Monday Night Locals Only, an India pale ale for locals.
This unfiltered (hazy) IPA features Idaho 7, Citra, and Simcoe hops. Monday Night calls this a “tropical juice bomb”.
12-ounce cans of Monday Night Locals Only will be available at the brewery’s Trabert Avenue location on August 10th.
Hops: Idaho 7, Citra, Simcoe
Availability: 12oz Cans