Despite some delays due to COVID-19, Birmingham’s newest taproom is gearing up for an August opening. We got a sneak peek into the new Monday Night Brewing taproom in Birmingham’s Parkside—here’s what we’re looking forward to.
Coming to Birmingham this August
“This was the first state we expanded to outside of Georgia, and our beer has been really well received. There’s so much energy in Birmingham right now.”Jeff Heck, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Monday Night Brewing
Monday Night Brewing, a brewing company based out of Atlanta, has been planning their Birmingham debut for a while. After the success of their first two locations, they decided to bridge out of Georgia, and Birmingham made the cut. I reckon they heard that Birmingham loves craft beer!
The new brewpub will reside in a 10,000 square-foot building next to the Denham Building in the Parkside district. Monday Night Brewing will join the ever-growing list of local attractions in Parkside, such as Railroad Park, Regions Field and the upcoming Parkside Master Plan Project.
We got to take a sneak peek inside the brewery before it opens—here’s what we saw!
The brewpub will serve 30 brews on tap, such as house-made beers, small batch IPAs, barrel aged and sours beers, plus guest taps from other local breweries. Monday Night Brewing makes sure each beer has a fun, wacky name, such as:
And if beer isn’t your cup of tea, don’t worry—Monday Night Brewing will offer a full bar, featuring wine and cocktails as well.
Snacks & Drinks
In addition to their beverages, the new location will be the first time Monday Night Brewing offers a full food menu. Although the food menu is still in development, we expect Mexican-style appetizers, guacamole and tacos—simple, sharable plates perfectly paired with their beer options.
Excited for Birmingham’s New Brewpub?
If you want to get a taste of Monday Night Brewing before the grand opening, stop by a local grocery store or bar and give one a try. Personally, I love sours, so I highly recommend the Dr. Robot blackberry lemon sour.