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Are Beer-of-the-Month Clubs Fun?

Whether you are a beer expert who enjoys learning everything there is to know about beer – or just the guy or gal who likes to drink it – a beer-of-the-month club can be a fun and exciting experience.

The purpose of a beer-of-the-month club is to provide consumers with a variety of beer they may not otherwise have a chance to sample. The best part of these kinds of clubs is that the product is delivered, so beer lovers can try new things without ever leaving the comfort of their homes.

Whether an individual truly enjoys a beer-of-the-month club depends on how that person uses their membership.

There are a plethora of monthly beer clubs out there, and choosing one that suits your needs can be a challenge. So take your time, review all the options and make sure the program you’ve chosen is a reputable one. A few of the more popular clubs are members of the Better Business Bureau, which provides customers with an option should they have a dispute with the club.

Many beer-of-the-month clubs have options as to which kinds of beer you can receive each month, so a big part of enjoying the process is figuring out which kind of beer you would prefer to receive.

If you are the kind of person who is satisfied by the run-of-the-mill flavors that are produced by small microbreweries, then choosing a plan which focuses on those kinds of beers likely will suit you. If you are someone who has a limited budget, this is probably the best option for financial reasons. Most beer-of-the-month clubs offer a basic service such as this, which runs between $25-35 per month plus shipping and handling.

However, if you are the kind of person who has a flair for exciting things, then a club which offers both domestic and foreign selections would be best for you. This variety is a little pricier, at around $40 a month plus shipping and handling with most clubs.

For the truly experimental and daring beer connoisseurs, a club which offers rare brands of beers may be the way to get the most enjoyment from your membership. These clubs offers limited-release products which promise bold and exciting flavors. They are creatively prepared and can provide quite an experience for the exotic beer lover. However, they also are the most pricey, at $45-70 a month plus shipping and handling.

Once you have decided which kind of club and style of beer best meets your needs, another way to make the beer-of-the-month club experience more exciting is to share it with others. Why not gather a group of friends, family members and neighbors and form a once-monthly club of your own? Each member could subscribe to a different kind of beer, and then the group members could share their selections with one another during a monthly meeting. This kind of gathering not only allows for a broader selection of beer to be tasted at a price everyone can afford – but also provides an opportunity for beer-of-the-month club members to discuss their love of all things fine-brewed. Give it a try for a unique beer-sharing experience.

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