The U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club Review
U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club
The U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club offers a nice variety of American craft beers delivered directly to your home or office for less per beer than you'd pay at most pubs. Monthly delivery is $27.95/month + $15 shipping & handling, which works out to $3.58 per bottle or can. With the domestic craft brewery business booming right now, a monthly Microbrewed Beer Club membership is a great way to try a wide variety of brew styles and different types of beer.
All About The U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club
The creators of the Microbrewed Beer of the Month Club now have several monthly beer club options for customers to choose from, but the U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club is the original offering that started it all back in 1994. When you sign up for a membership for yourself or give one as a gift, each monthly delivery will include twelve, 12 oz. hand-crafted beers from two different lightly distributed U.S. Microbreweries. You'll get four different beer styles, three of each style. Enjoy new beers all year and save $25 by signing up for a prepaid 12 shipment order.
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Some recently featured microbrews include a wide range of flavors including a double IPA from New York based Schmaltz Brewing Company and a smooth pale ale from Bent River Brewing Company in Illinois. As you can see, you'll get a very diverse selection of beers, so you're sure to get something you already know you like, and something you haven't tried before that may just expand your beer tasting horizon.
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Why Customers Choose The U.S. Microbrewed Beer Club
Quality, variety, and outstanding service all help ensure that customers are satisfied from the time they place their order to when their Beer Club shipment arrives. Plus, you'll get to sample outstanding craft beers from domestic breweries that truly care about the beer making process. The Microbrewed Beer of the Month Club has been in business for more than 20 years, and their beer judges and brewmasters have over 100 collective years of experience in the brewing industry.