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It’s time to Tie One On. We’re celebrating eight (8!) years of Monday Night Brewing with our annual two-day, blow-out party at the Garage. We’ve had so much fun brewing, drinking, having conversations and forming relationships with you on this wild ride, and we hope you’ll join us as we cheers to the future and celebrate the journey so far.

  • Day 1 (Saturday) is for humans 21+. Event is from 2pm-10pm. VIP entry begins at 12pm.
  • Day 2 (Sunday) is for everyone—kids, families, and dogs included. Kids under 18 get in free. Event is from 12pm-7pm.

You can expect:

  • Tiki vibes and the juiciest IPAs, featuring a tropical oasis with our mobile Hop Hut at the helm.
  • Live music all day Saturday, culminating with a special Beach Boys-inspired set from Moontower.
  • A unique tap list of over 50 (read: more like 60) of our very best beers. Plus, specialty casks paired with each food station. Casks will be available both Saturday and Sunday.
  • BBQ stations from around the world, including Korean BBQ, barbacoa, and classic Texan presented by DAS BBQ. (There will also be vegan options!)
  • A game room featuring foosball, shuffleboard, cornhole and more from Venture Shuffleboard; as well as giant Jenga and Connect Four from Atlanta Sport and Social Club.
  • The release of our anniversary beer, Tie 8 On—details to be announced, but expect it to be exceptionally dark and aged in barrels.
  • Activities for the kiddos all day Sunday, including face painting, bubbles by the Georgia Bubbleman, chalk drawing, and sand castle building.
  • A pop up doggo zone on Sunday featuring treats from Taj MaHound and leash making by Atlanta Rescue Dog Cafe.
  • Brewery tours.
  • Atlanta United on the big screen on Saturday.

Don’t miss the Saturday VIP Experience. This ticket will allow a limited number of guests access to the beers and event a full two hours early and includes:

  • First access to 50+ unique, limited beers
  • Two take-home Tie 8 On bottles
  • Limited edition anniversary glass
  • Reusable bottle share tote
  • 10 beer tickets
  • Limited edition 8 year screen printed poster
  • Brewmaster tour

PLEASE NOTE: 1 drink ticket is valid for 8oz of core/seasonal beer, 4oz of specialty. Additional drink tickets available for purchase on-site for $3 each (8oz of core or 4oz of specialty per ticket)

NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR DRINKS, DRINK TICKETS OR MERCHANDISE AT THE EVENT. CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS ONLY.

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Over our history, we have proven that we’re not afraid to make changes to our core lineup. Nor are we afraid to tinker with our recipes. Which is why, if you haven’t had Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA in a while, you’ll notice a change.

One of our core values is ‘Fight For Excellence.’ That means we never want to rest on our laurels. If we can improve our beers, we owe it to you to make it happen. Even though we’ve had the blood orange version of Blind Pirate in our lineup for several years now, our brewing team believed they could make it better.  

Every week, we run individual batches of beer through a sensory panel. The small, hand-picked team of flavor ninjas test for consistency, effects of age and heat, and overall quality. Over the process of several months, the team started picking up on patterns.

“We realized Blind Pirate wasn’t as juicy or balanced as we thought it could be,” said brewmaster Peter Kiley. “So we adjusted our hop addition and fine-tuned our mash process. The result was a Blind Pirate with a bit more residual sweetness, more citrus notes and a more balanced hop profile. We’re really happy with how this turned out.”

We hope you are too. With the exception of that one beer you’ve got stashed in the way back of your beer fridge, the Blind Pirates you are drinking are made with the new recipe. Please let us know your feedback – we’d love to know what you think.

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Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta, GA) is seeking a Brand Ambassador to join our incredibly good-looking team to represent our brand as an expert resource for promotional events with a strong focus on our outer markets (OTP, y’all).  This is a part-time, hourly position that is perfect for college students and those who thrive in social environments. This position offers commission opportunities on merchandise sold at festivals and off-site events where applicable. Read on for job description and details.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Representing the brand and brewery at pint nights, tap takeovers, product samplings etc. during night/weekend events
  • Communicating all event and festival propositions with the respective Market Managers
  • Setting up and breaking down event equipment
  • Engaging Monday Night Brewing customers by sharing the Monday Night Brewing story and product details
  • Being an expert resource for consumers on Monday Night brands when working festivals and tasting events
  • Training and overseeing beer festival volunteers
  • Interacting with retail and distributor customers
  • Flexibility to help cover the sales team with various other events throughout the week is a plus
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Must love craft beer and people
  • Must have strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Must be able to commit to a weekend/evening schedule (Thursday-Sunday) with no recurring schedule conflicts
  • Must have reliable transportation with a clean driving record
  • Must have reliable means of communication with the ability to check messages and emails regularly
  • Must have a willingness and ability to step in wherever/whenever needed for promotions and events
  • Must be physically able to lift & move festival materials (kegs within reason) up to 50 lbs
  • Must be 21+ and a very responsible drinker
  • Must be a self-starter with excellent task/time management skills
  • Must be able to stand/socialize 4-8 hours continuously
TYPICAL SCHEDULE:
  • Thursday-Sunday (weeknight evenings, weekends with varying hours)
  • 2-4 weeks per month, 3-4 hours each day, for a total of 24-36 hours per month
  • Includes a mix of off-site locations (bars, restaurants, package stores, grocery stores, etc.)
  • Covering all of Georgia’s markets (OTP and ITP)
OPTIONAL, BUT NOT REQUIRED:
  • Sweet dance moves
  • Dope hat collection
COMPENSATION:

$15/hr with $0.55/mile traveled plus 20% commission on merchandise sold at qualifying events (primarily beer festivals)

Monday Night Brewing is a craft beer company founded in 2011 based in Atlanta, GA. We exist to deepen human relationships over some of the best beers in the country. Our purpose as a brewery sums up the fundamental reason that we exist. It guides all of our decision-making and provides a lens through which to evaluate our options as a business. We strive to brew the most exceptional craft beers in the industry, both in terms of quality and consistency. Read more about us here.

Cover letter should include why you would like to join our team and why you are the ideal candidate. Warning: we do read cover letters.

Email careers@mondaynightbrewing.com to apply. 

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Brevis and Bretthead is the latest from Monday Night Brewing’s Garage. A double dry-hopped imperial India Pale Ale, this beer was fermented with brettanomyces and lactobacillus brevis. Hence the name.

We asked Tim McDonnell, Garage barrel program manager, about this beer and why it’s so unique.

Q: Brevis and Bretthead. Funny name, but a serious beer. How was this one developed?

We wanted to brew something that really showcased the fruity/citrus side of hops, without getting too much sour and bitter clashing on the tongue. After discussing some different hop blends, we chose Mosaic for it’s blueberry aromas, Idaho 7 for peachiness, and El Dorado because it adds a great lemon candy flavor and aroma. However, these hop express themselves in very interesting ways in a sour beer. Adding brettanomyces just adds another layer to the fruity character and transforms the hop compounds into something next level.

Q: Why make a sour out of a double IPA?

Why not??? Seriously though, people are doing all sorts of wacky stuff with IPAs these days. I love sours and IPAs as much as the next guy, so why not!  Maybe all of these hybrid IPAs you see out there aren’t all great but it’s a lot of fun to experiment and often times you can stumble on some really amazing results.

Q: How’s it tasting?

Brevis & Bretthead is a lot of fun to drink. It’s a symphony on your tongue of sour, bitter, sweet, and dank that somehow hits all the right notes. It’s like a peach and grapefruit cocktail more than it is a beer!

Q: You’ve been working at the Garage for a few months now. What’s been the best thing about brewing here?

Having such a talented team to work with has been amazing. I have had a lot of freedom to experiment right away, which has been great. It’s a lot of work, but no day is the same, and I am never bored!

Q: What’s coming next out of the Garage?

We have a Pilsner (Shwaka Kellerpils) fermenting in our Foeder that will be ready soon!

Brevis & Bretthead makes its debut at Monday Night Garage on Saturday, April 13. You’ll be able to find it in bottles and on draft throughout our distribution footprint (Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee).

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We are currently seeking a full-time Packaging & Logistics Operator. This is a new position that will operate in our (now combined) Packaging and Logistics team to accomplish shared departmental goals of the packaging of beer and the fulfilling of customer orders, reporting to Production Manager. Start date is immediate.

Apply here. But you really need to read the whole post first.

Qualifications:
  • Entry level position
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent organization and time management skills
  • Excellent work ethic and high sense of urgency
  • Forklift driving skills
  • Work 40 hours per week and receive approval for overtime hours worked
  • Willingness to take on other duties as directed by Production Manager
  • Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
Responsibilities:
  • Proficiently operate an electric forklift, including daily maintenance checks
  • Maintain truck log recording all use of vehicle
  • Communicate any equipment issues to Production Manager
  • Assist with managing inventory of finished goods and packaging materials, including physical inventory counts and non-inventoried production related items
  • Assist with order fulfillment for all distributors and our own taprooms
  • Daily forklifting and organization of all tasting room and production related areas
  • Receiving of all raw materials and coordination with supervisor for input into inventory management system.
  • Perform carbonation and quality checks on beer that is ready to be packaged
  • Work on all packaging equipment, to include washing and filling kegs, and can line pack off
  • Other tasks as assigned
 Optional, but not required:
  • Impeccable taste
  • Jorts aficionado
 Physical demands
  • This position is extremely physical and demanding in nature and involves working with potentially dangerous equipment, machinery, exposure to high noise levels, and handling of hazardous materials
  • Stands and/or traverses brewery for long periods of time
  • Frequently climbs stairs/staircase
  • Frequently bends, moves, transports, or lifts 60 pounds and move 165 pounds safely.
  • Use repetitive motions
  • Can work in both hot and cold temperatures
Compensation
  • Competitive based on experience
  • Generous benefits including:
    • PTO (paid time off)
    • Health insurance
    • Cell phone plan
    • Basic 401k plan
    • Opportunity to attend industry events and further professional development
    • Denim jacket

Monday Night Brewing is a craft beer company founded in 2011 based in Atlanta, GA. We exist to deepen human relationships over some of the best beers in the country. Our purpose as a brewery sums up the fundamental reason that we exist. It guides all of our decision-making and provides a lens through which to evaluate our options as a business. We strive to brew the most exceptional craft beers in the industry, both in terms of quality and consistency. Read more about us at http://mondaynightbrewing.com/.

Cover letter should include why you would like to join our team and why you are the ideal candidate. Warning: we do read cover letters.

NOTE: When applying via the link above, the cover letter needs to be attached to the same document as your resume.

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It’s no secret that male craft brewers love their beards. And for good reason. They serve as lustrous flavor savors, attractors of mates, and primal signals of manhood. Now, thanks to our new service AirBeardNB, anyone can experience the joys of a brewer’s beard. AirBeardNB connects those seeking a beard with bearded brewers from across the country looking to make a few extra bucks.

Beards have been a staple of the craft brewing industry for years, whether out of laziness or the desire to look like everyone else. Probably both. Brewers’ beards are especially desirable because of their distinct hop-scented musk, which grows in strength as a brewer rises through the ranks.

These premium beards have been hard to find and harder to rent – until now. Cut-rate rent-a-beard programs have been around for years, but there has never been a program pulling the muskiest inventory exclusively from the craft brewing space.

The best beards have matured for years in malt and hops.

“We get people asking us all the time how our male brewers get those amazing beards,” said Monday Night Brewing co-founder Jonathan Baker. “After doing some research, we realized that all the other beard-rental programs were lacking in brewer-specific beards. We’re excited to fill that gap.”

Monday Night Brewing and AirBeardNB have spent literally dozens of minutes curating a selection of the best brewer-owned beards from across the United States. These beards have been organized into a searchable database based on many frequently requested beard dimensions, including color, degree of curl, fullness, dates available, and lustre. A top-notch, full-grown brewmaster’s beard from Monday Night Brewing will set you back about $150 for a day, while a thin, wispy assistant brewer’s beard from Sweetwater Brewing Company can be had for as little as $4.20.

AirBeardNB pledges to bring premium beards to everyone, with a seamless user experience and surly customer service (during non-beer-drinking hours). Users can log in with an Untappd account and reserve a beard immediately. Visit AirBeardNB.com for more information.

AirBeardNB’s proprietary system turned Jeff Heck from “C-E-No” to “C-E-Ohhhh!” with just a few clicks on our website.

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You may have heard of (or even tasted!) an Opera Cake. A lot of us haven’t, so when brewmaster Peter Kiley said he was working on an imperial milk stout (AKA a pastry stout) reminiscent of an Opera Cake, most of us here at Monday Night were like…WTF is an Opera Cake?

Come to find out: it’s an (incredibly delicious) sponge cake originating in France, that delicately balances one of the world’s best flavor combinations — nuts, chocolate and espresso. Think of it as the French’s answer to Tiramisu, but with more chocolate and no marscapone cheese. (Although, the French cake may have preceded Tiramisu — the Opera Cake’s history is as fabled as Peter Kiley’s mane.)

Mmmmm… Opera Cake ….

As we learned more about what goes into baking an Opera Cake, it began to make sense why this dessert was the inspiration for MNB’s first in its series of pastry stouts: Fistful of Cake.

A proper Opera Cake is a harmonious composition of satiating proportions — incredulously delicate layers of almond sponge cake (known as Joconde in French) are doused in a concentrated coffee syrup, sandwiched between perfectly biting espresso cream and topped with chocolate ganache and glaze. What results is a crescendo effect of flavor that sounds Jeff Bezos-rich, but is actually more of a palatable “your-friend-who-listens-to-Dave-Ramsey”-rich.

That’s where Fistful of Cake comes in.

Fistful of Cake..resplendent with spring flowers. (photo by Lyric Lewin)

Our brewers took a decadent imperial milk stout base and layered in vanilla beans, followed by coffee. Sipping on Fistful of Cake is akin to snacking on the French pastry — there are undeniable notes of vanilla and coffee, but they’re layered just so the roasted sweetness of the underlying beer shines through. The silky, nuttiness of Fistful of Cake’s milk stout is what remains on the palate and allows its adjuncts to come out to play, much like the bitter and creamy elements of the Opera Cake depend on the consistency of the sponge layers to create the most soothing of flavor bombs.

As you can see, brewing a beer (or baking a cake) with layers is no small feat — and we want you to take a load off, so we did it for you.

Fistful of Cake will debut on Friday, March 8 at 4pm in our West Midtown taproom. Starting March 11, Fistful of Cake will be available in Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. Can artwork features local artist Sam Markus.

Now, you can sound extra fancy when you tell your friends your sampled an Opera Cake Stout this weekend, and you’ve got dessert for that dinner party with your in-laws. Voilà!

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Events and Marketing Intern

Monday Night Brewing is looking for a self-starter with an eye for detail and first-rate written and verbal communication skills to support our events and marketing department. Reporting to the Experiential Marketing & Events Coordinator, the Marketing & Events intern will assist with all event planning and marketing pertaining to internal events, ranging from intimate B2B events to our annual two-day anniversary party.

Responsibilities Events
  • Support the Experiential Marketing & Events Coordinator and Marketing team on all sponsored and internal events.
  • Assist with event planning, day-of execution, and post-event reporting to create positive interactions with the Monday Night brand.
  • Assist with budget development to maximize revenue and optimize event growth.
  • Help with creative development of new event concepts that foster relationships, good beer, and bringing people together.
  • Assist with post-event follow up including surveys, feedback reports and final audits.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with vendors and community partners.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Marketing
  • Collaborate on graphic design strategy for events; develop marketing collateral in Canva.
  • Assist with copywriting for blog posts, social media, and website, with a focus on maintaining brand voice and increasing audience engagement.
  • Participate in grassroots marketing to promote events.
  • Identify emerging industry trends in graphic design/social media.
  • Assist in the development and execution of influencer marketing strategy.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
  • Rising Junior, Senior, or recent graduate. Must be working toward or hold a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Event/Hospitality, Public Relations or Business.
  • Must possess strong interest in experiential/brand marketing and craft beer.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organizational, time management, customer service, and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to meet deadlines, combined with flexibility to respond to immediate needs.
  • Must be organized, self-motivated, and work independently when necessary.
  • Fluent in computer applications including Google Docs, Google Drive and Microsoft Excel. Experience with Canva and PowerPoint preferred—Adobe Creative Suite experience is a plus.
The Nitty Gritty
  • Must be 21 or older with valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • This is a full-time internship, requiring a minimum of 35 hours per week. Must have flexible availability and be willing to work weekends, nights and holidays as necessary.
  • Internship standard workweek is Tuesday-Saturday. Some Sunday/Monday work required based on events.
  • Physical Demands: Requires ability to work long periods of time on foot. Some extended hours, including nights and weekends, are required. Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Weekly stipend provided.

At Monday Night Brewing, we brew balanced, flavorful beers for weeknight consumption and believe in making the best out of each day. Even weekdays. Read more about us on this website (duh).

Please email resume with cover letter to careers [at] mondaynightbrewing [dot] com. Cover letter should include why you would like to join our team, why weekends are overrated, and why you are the ideal candidate. Seriously, we read cover letters. Deadline: April 3, 2019.

Term: June 11 – Aug. 16 (flexible)

Application closes: April 3

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Now Hiring: Marketing and Branding Intern

Monday Night Brewing is looking for a self-starter with an eye for detail and first-rate written and verbal communication skills to support our marketing department. Reporting to the Brand Coordinator, the Marketing and Branding intern will assist in day-to-day content creation and development and planning of collateral and content to support the Monday Night Brewing brand. Duties will range from writing copy, shooting video and still images, planning campaigns, government licensing and more.

Responsibilities
  • Support the Brand Coordinator and Marketing team in creating and developing content and collateral to support and enhance the Monday Night Brewing brand..
  • Creating daily content for social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter
  • Shoot/edit photos and videos during events or as assigned. Weekend assignments are possible.
  • Assist with copywriting for blog posts, social media, and website, with a focus on maintaining brand voice and increasing audience engagement.
  • Participate in grassroots marketing to promote taproom or market events.
  • Identify emerging industry trends in graphic design/social media.
  • Outreach to influencers and traditional media outlets. Help expand media list.
  • Create, assemble and mail packages to media and influencers.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
  • Rising Junior, Senior, or recent graduate. Must be working toward or hold a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or Business.
  • 21 or older
  • Video and photography experience recommended.
  • Working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator and other Adobe Creative Suite apps recommended.
  • Must possess strong interest in brand marketing and craft beer.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
The Nitty Gritty
  • Must be 21 or older with valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • This is a full-time internship, requiring a minimum of 35 hours per week. Must have flexible availability and be willing to work weekends, nights and holidays as necessary.
  • Physical Demands: Requires ability to work long periods of time on foot. Some extended hours, including nights and weekends, are required. Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Weekly stipend provided.

At Monday Night Brewing, we brew balanced, flavorful beers for weeknight consumption and believe in making the best out of each day. Even weekdays. Read more about us on this website (duh).

Please email resume with cover letter to careers [at] mondaynightbrewing [dot] com. Cover letter should include why you would like to join our team, why weekends are overrated, and why you are the ideal candidate. Seriously, we read cover letters. Deadline: April 3, 2019.

Term: June 11 – Aug. 16 (flexible)

Application closes: April 3

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We’ve got some news.

Last year, we dipped our toes in Tennessee, distributing our beers in Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville. Now, we’ve added Memphis to cover the whole state.

“We were pleasantly surprised by the reaction we got in Tennessee when we expanded in Chattanooga, Nashville and Knoxville last year,” said CEO/co-founder Jeff Heck. “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.”  

Craft beer fans in Memphis can expect to see Monday Night Brewing’s award-winning core and seasonal lineup on taps in restaurants and bars across the area. Our cans and bottles will also be available in the finest stores as well. 

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