Monday Night Brewing (MNB) is poised to open its first Tennessee taproom in East Germantown later this year. The space is currently under construction within the historic Neuhoff District and will feature a diverse taplist, expansive outdoor spaces, and a distinctive food and beverage program.
MNB’s taproom will feature over 20 unique beers on tap, unfussy yet indulgent grilled cheese offerings, and a curated list of cocktails. The taplist celebrates the full breadth of the Monday Night portfolio, from small-batch IPAs to barrel-aged stouts and mixed culture sour ales. A thoughtful and uncomplicated menu will showcase high-caliber ingredients and promote local purveyors.
“We expanded distribution to Tennessee in 2018 and recognized almost immediately the unique and special nature of Nashville’s community and culture. In fact, one of our co-founders, Jonathan Baker, grew up here. Those two components made us eager to deepen our connection with this city,” said MNB Co-Founder and CEO Jeff Heck. “The beer and hospitality scene in Nashville is rich and exciting. We’re looking forward to guiding guests through an exploration of our world-class beers, and offering a place to authentically experience what Monday Night is all about.”
What’s in store: Monday Night’s Nashville taproom will be dubbed the Monday Night Preservation Society, as a nod to both New City’s efforts to preserve the original space and MNB’s larger purpose—deepening relationships over some of the best beer in the country. An intentional, open air design (with a healthy dose of the brewery’s classic quirk), multifarious offerings, and programming including live music and pop-up shops intend to preserve and deepen relationships both within the taproom and in the community—creating an inclusive ‘society’ for Nashville residents and visitors to gather, connect, explore and enjoy delicious beers. The taproom will double as a coworking space during lunch hours, and will feature a to-go program highlighting the brewery’s best beers.
The taproom will operate at 1308 Adams Street (the former space occupied by Peter Nappi) during the renovation of Neuhoff. Once construction is complete, the brewery plans to expand to a larger facility within the Neuhoff District that will be equipped with a full-scale production operation.
Jim Irwin, New City’s President said, “Because Neuhoff will be under construction for the next few years, we felt like it was critical to provide a fun space for the community to come safely explore the property and experience what’s so special about it.”