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Monday Night Brewing, Atlanta

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#6 of 7 in Breweries in Georgia
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  • Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and a nice selection of craft beers. Limited hours but enough parking. Liked that we were able to keep the glass. Duck was a great tour guide. If you're thinking abou...  more »
  • We enjoyed an informative brewery tour, plus the sampling of 6 of their fine craft beers, for $12. That included a souvenir glass to take home. The staff was friendly and helpful. They have limited ho...  more »
  • Industrial area near Atlantic Station. Lot of parking nearby. Went on a warm afternoon and sat outside on the picnic tables. Lot of people hanging out, some brought dogs. Cornhole on the patio and a b...  more »
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  • We love working with Monday Night Brewing! The tie wall is a perfect background for our booth and it's just so much fun being there. Everyone who works there is super friendly and chill. Every time we work with them we feel welcomed back like old friends. If you're looking for somewhere laid back, but still professional, this is the place to go!
  • Monday Night hits the mark on all their beer offerings. Very well made, well balanced, drinkable beers. All craft brewers are NOT created equal; some are Busch league in terms of quality and refinement. And yes, these are the nicest, most approachable craft brewers you will meet. The Blind Pirate Blood Orange IPA is stupid good. Take a few minutes to look at the pictures on the wall over by the bathroom side of the building: you will see that this is truly an outgrowth of a few friends who brewed beer on Monday's and built it into a great business. Congrats, the American dream is alive and well!
  • Went to Monday Night Brewery for an event and absolutely loved the vibe and atmosphere!! I will definitely revisit this eclectic spot for some great brew.
  • Its cool bring a tie an get $1 off. Good bear- cornhole. My only complaint is that they close after 2 hours of being open and they can be quite rude/frank about kicking you out.
  • Fun, eclectic brewery. We went on an abnormally busy Monday, which gave it more of a club atmosphere than usual. Some groups wouldn't stop talking while walking along on the tour, but our guide (one of the owners) kept it light by reminding everybody of the two things yeast make - CO2 and Alcohol! Works best when yelled, with a fist pump in the air timed to "Alcohol!" Worth a Monday night trip.