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What You’ll Find at Monday Night Brewing’s New ‘Garage’ Facility in West End

Situated right on the BeltLine

On September 30, 2016, Westside-based Monday Night Brewing revealed it would anchor a new commercial development along the Atlanta BeltLine’s Southwest Trail. Now, almost exactly one year later, The Garage is ready to open to the public. The new facility, which includes a taproom, plenty of outdoor space, and a facility for producing barrel-aged and sour beers, debuted with a preview party last weekend at Lee + White in West End.

Monday Night’s new outpost, located at 933 Lee Street SW, covers 22,000 square feet, and it’s one of a few new spaces for some local, artisanal food and beverage purveyors. Decatur-based Wild Heaven Beer and Banyan Roots Brewing Co., a new project focusing on sour brews, are also on board at Lee + White. A new outpost for Buckhead-based ASW Distillery will provide the whiskies. Golda Kombucha will serve kombucha. Beyond alcoholic beverages, the development will be home to Southern Aged Cheese, Doux South Pickles, and Honeysuckle Gelato.

The Garage’s brew menu includes Monday Night staples and selections that are exclusive to the location. After hosting last weekend’s preview event, it will officially open to the public this Friday, September 29. Hours are Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from noon to 10 p.m., and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Get an idea of what to expect at The Garage and take a look at the brewery in action during its kickoff event via the photos below.

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