Monday Night Desk Jockey Double IPA will be available at the the West Side Atlanta location on Friday, July 12th.
The brewery describes this release as “Citrus and pine notes on the nose. Resinous and a touch dank, and finishing with a touch of hop bitterness.”
Desk Jockey will be available at starting at 4pm at Monday Night Brewing’s original Trabert Avenue location only, in 16-ounce cans and draft.
Style: Imperial IPA
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Maui La Perouse White is back in cans for a limited time.
Named after La Perouse Bay in Hawaii, a hotbed for watersports on Maui. Kim Brisson-Lutz, Lead Brewer for Maui Brewing Co. created the recipe as a homebrew recipe in 2010.
Opaque pale straw in color, the Belgian-inspired ale is brewed with coriander and local citrus, offering aromas of soft herbal spice and prominent citrus zest. The crisp citrus tart finish and lively effervescence makes this beer great for any time.
Maui La Perouse White is available in 12-ounce cans and draft for a limited time starting July 11th.
Style: Witbier (w/ Coriander. Citrus fruit.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Latest Return: 7/11/19
5.2% ABV, 12 IBUs
Arches Brewing Bohemian Riot debuted at the brewery over the weekend, with expanded distribution coming in August.
“Riot” is a pilsner, brewed in collaboration with North Carolina’s Riverbend Malt House. The Georgia based lager-forward brewery used traditional Czech Saaz hops to create this “crisp summertime drinker”.
Until August, Arches Bohemian Riot will only be available at the brewery.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Atlanta gets hot, and popsicle maker King of Pops is always there with frosty, cold, unique flavors. Incidentally, New Realm Brewing does the same thing – with cold beer. Fusing the innovative flavors of the two just makes sense now summer is here.
King of Pops and New Realm sat in the brewery’s barrel-room tasting their way through popsicles and pairing it with beer. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon. According to Carey Falcone, co-founder of New Realm, found the Blackberry Ginger Lemon pop paired beautifully with their Belgian-style ale.
“The clear favorite was their Blackberry Ginger Lemon pop with our Belgian style beer, so we put together a recipe that would allow for the popsicle base to blend excellently with beer. What our brewers came up with is a cool beer with a refreshing fruity character.” – Carey Falcone
The result is BGL Belgian Ale, a fusion of ginger, blackberry and lemon pop flavors with the esters of a Belgian-style blonde ale. This first of this series debuts today, June 25th, in 12-ounce cans and draft, available in limited quantities in Georgia.
Style: Belgian Blonde Ale (w/ Ginger. Lemon. Blackberry.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Limited Release.
7.5% ABV, 18 IBUs
Monday Night Private Island
Modern Times Monster’s Park Blueberry Cobbler
Image: Modern Times
Unknown Bright Ass Tank Top is back in action as summer kicks up, slamming big flavors together in one canned package.
Key limes may be one of the most popular additions in craft beer these days. Unknown Bright Ass Tank Top has them in the base gose, plus Nicaraguan rum barrels. Brewery founder Brad Schell told Beer Street Journal of his excitement to find such great rum barrels.
“They smell like being drunk on a beach or being a pirate.”- Brad Schell
The base beer is a gose brewed with sea salt and key limes, then aged in the rum barrels for over three months.
The result? A bold beer. There are a few key lime flavored beers running around out there these days. While some just taste a little citrusy, Bright Ass Tank Top doesn’t let you forget what it is. A rum filled gose that is full of key lime juice. You can’t miss a bright as shit tank top walking by you. You won’t forget this beer either.
Unknown Bright Ass Tank Top is available once again in 16-ounce cans and draft by the end of June (in time for July 4th).
Distribution: NC, SC, GA
Latest Return: Late June 2019
PIC: Beer Street Journal