Craft Beer Club: Review

November 30, 2011 2:19 am Published by Leave your thoughts

We got to try The Original Craft Beer Club for the first time last week. Boy, were we impressed!

The Original Craft Beer Club includes 12 beers (four different varieties, three of each), or 24 beers (four different varieties, six of each) from small-production, independent brewers. You can also control the frequency of the shipments: monthly, every other month or quarterly.

What we really liked about this Beer of the Month Club were the extra gifts — the beer opener, the nuts, and the set of four tasting glasses. It adds a really nice touch when giving this as a gift. This is something you won’t find in other Beer Clubs out there.

Here is a breakdown of what you need to order to get the free gifts:

  • 3 – 12 shipments memberships: Free beer bottle opener & subscription to Beer Connoisseur E-Magazine.
  • 6 – 12 shipment membership: Free beer bottle opener + coaster set and subscription to Beer Connoisseur E-Magazine.
  • 12 or more shipment membership: Free beer bottle opener + coaster set + Beer Connoisseur E-Magazine and a $25-off discount.

Free online greeting cards are also available upon purchase of a club.

All four varieties of beer were really tasty. I mean, they were really tasty. Sometimes micro-brewed beer can have bitter after tastes. But every one of these beers was super smooth. Here are the four different varieties included this month:

The next photos will give you an idea of the different colors of each beer.

Southern Pecan from the Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company:Oktoberfest from the Lancaster Brewing Company:

We also received Reb Ale from the Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company and Hop Hog from the Lancaster Brewing Company:

All in all, this is a very cool club. I know lots of guys (and gals) who would be totally psyched to get this gift.

To learn more or place your order online, visit the Original Craft Beer Club website.

This post was reviewed and updated for accuracy 11/6/2017.


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