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Celebrate Monday Night Brewing’s 7th anniversary this weekend 

Monday Night Brewing is celebrating another major milestone this weekend. This year’s annual “Tie One On” marks its seventh anniversary. And the big two-day party will be at The Garage, its beautiful, barely one-year-old second location on the Atlanta BeltLine in the West End.

Musical acts include Kebbi Williams & the Wolfpack, followed by Quiet Hounds. Food trucks will be on premise, including Betty’s Waffle Emporium – sweet and savory waffles created by chef Jen Wesley.

 

OF NOTE: Saturday is 2-10 p.m. (VIP Experience starts at 12 Noon), and Sunday is 12:30-7p.m. Saturday is 21+, but families are invited on Sunday.

More details and tickets are available at Freshtix.

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Here’s the complete beer list, which includes Tie Seven On, the anniversary beer, obviously.

TIMED RELEASES

(VIPs get access to these beers from 12 noon-2 pm)

4:30 PM: 

Foraged | Barrel-Fermented American Wild Ale with Native Pawpaw Fruit

Hello Beautiful | Sour Ale

6:30 PM: 

Dreamstate | Irish Dry Stout

Excolatur | Double Barrel Aged American Sour Ale

7:30 PM: 

Tears of My Enemies | Apple Brandy Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

HOPPY BEERS

Space Lettuce | Double IPA

Don't Call It Hotlanta | Quadruple-hopped IPA

Brut Strength | Dry IPA

Gila Monster | American IPA

Barstool Barista | Coffee Double IPA

Dust Bunny | Hazy IPA

Super Wheatier | Hazy Wheat IPA

Slow Churn | Milkshake IPA

Locals Only | American IPA

Piranha Dealer | Strawberry Milkshake IPA

No Blonde Joke | Latte IPA

BIG BEERS

Ante Meridiem | Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Brown Ale

Entente Cordiale | English-Style Barleywine

Situational Ethics | Maple Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

Situational Ethics | Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout

Bourbon Barrel Drafty Kilt (2016 Vintage) | Bourbon Barrel Aged Scotch Ale

SOURS

Tie Seven On | Sour IPA with Brettanomyces

Mischief Managed | Berliner Weisse

Mischief Managed | Raspberry Berliner Weisse

That's Bloody Tart | Sour Ale

Micro Honey | Saison with Mango Tree Honey

Neon Sanders | Sour Ale (Collaboration with Heist Brewery)

Petit Dejeuner | Sour Ale

Zhang Zishi | Barrel-Aged Hefeweizen with Brettanomyces (Collaboration with Jing-A Brewing)

Beyond the Clouds | Sour I

CASKS

Boat Drink | Golden Ale with Rum-soaked tropical fruit

Why Is My Champagne Hand Empty | Pineapple & Vanilla Champagne IPA

Pie Felicia | Key Lime Pie Fu Manbrew

Body Like Arnold, Face Like Denzel | Scotch ale with lactose, vanilla, chocolate, pink Himalayan sea salt and black peppercorns

CORE AND SEASONAL BEERS

Han Brolo | Hazy Pale Ale

Drafty Kilt | Scotch Ale

Fu Manbrew | Belgian Wit

I'm On A Boat | Golden Ale

Blind Pirate | Blood Orange Double IPA

Doctor Robot | Blackberry-Lemon Sour

Slap Fight | American IPA

Rucksack | Hefeweizen

NON-ALCOHOLIC

Ginger Soda

Pink Lemonade

But in honor of Monday Night’s anniversary, and everyone in need of a little refreshment, one of its somewhat under appreciated seasonal canned offerings, I’m On A Boat, is this week’s Beer Pick.

Credit: Monday Night Brewing

Beer Pick

I’m On A Boat

Monday Night Brewing, Atlanta

Available on draft and in 12-ounce cans

Profile

Sort of the sleeper of the newish Monday Night lineup, this golden ale was released as a summer seasonal but seems to be a fixture at both the brewery’s original Westside taproom and the Garage on Atlanta’s Eastside. 

At 4.8 percent, with very low bitterness, it’s billed as “easy drinking” and “enjoyable floating on the water, or hanging on shore.” Brewed with Pilsner malt and wheat and finished with fancy Lemondrop hops, it’s the kind of crisp, uncomplicated beer that’s often called crushable, and would make a food-friendly addition to any kind of party or picnic. 

Pair with

Monday night suggests pairing I’m On A boat with grilled chicken, Thai food, or cheddar cheese, which all sounds good. But given the name, and crisp flavor profile, I’d say seafood of all kinds would be great, too.  

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