Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing is building a second location inside the city limits. This new location will focus on sour/wild and barrel-aged beers.
The idea of this project is built on the success of the muti-medal winning, Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt. The barrel-aged scotch ale has won gold in the past at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. Additionally, recent release Laissez-Faire, a wine barrel-aged wheat wine, has won silver at the World Beer Cup. Both are fantastic beers, but limited due to space limitations at their first location.
The second location will be built on Atlanta’s massive urban redevelopment project know as the BeltLine, and will be the primary location for Monday Night’s expanding sour and barrel-aged program. The space is on the southwest corridor of the Beltline currently under construction, part of the Lee + White Development. The new space will have:
- Wild and open fermentation capability
- Tasting room
- Patio for drinking
- Urban orchard to aid wild fementation
- Large barrel room
- Very bike friendly
The new space will be 22,000 square feet, a full 2,000 feet more than their current Atlanta location. Monday Night expects the space to be open in summer, 2017