Atlanta-based Monday Night Brewing will soon open a brewpub in Birmingham, Alabama. This will mark the brewery’s first taproom outside of Atlanta and first location with a full food and beverage menu.
Monday Night’s planned 10,000-square-foot brewpub promises to have the most robust taplist of any of their spaces. It will serve 30 brews on tap, including small batch IPAs from West Midtown’s Hop Hut, barrel-aged and sour beers from the Garage, and guest taps from local breweries—as well as a full bar with wine and cocktails. The food menu is currently being developed, and will offer simple, shareable fare built for beer pairings.
Monday Night’s new brewpub will be a key part of Third & Urban’s Denham Building, a mixed-use project currently in development in the Parkside District neighborhood. The location will also feature an inviting patio and event space within walking distance to Railroad Park, Regions Field, and a variety of other restaurants, bars, and breweries.
“We feel strongly about having a presence in Alabama. This was the first state Monday Night Brewing expanded to outside of Georgia, and our beer has been really well received,” said Monday Night Brewing Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Jeff Heck. “There’s so much energy in Birmingham right now. We jumped at the chance to partner with another innovative company in Third & Urban to expand to an awesome Southeastern city near and dear to our hearts.”
While much is still in the planning stages, Monday Night hopes to be open no later than Q1 2020.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Monday Night Brewing grew out of a Bible study. Founded by Jonathan Baker, Joel Iverson and Jeff Heck, Monday Night Brewing exists to deepen human relationships over some of the best beer of country. Brewmaster Peter Kiley oversees brewing operations at both West Midtown and the Garage.