Which Beer of the Month Club is Best?

Have you been looking for a beer of the month club? Is it your Dad's birthday or are you trying to find that perfect gift for the beer lover in your life? We've reviewed numerous beer of the month clubs for quality and value, and collected our results below. Once you've decided which club is right for you or your gift recipient, simply click the Join Now button to begin enjoying the world's best tasting beers.

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  • Original Microbrewed Beer Club: $22.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)
  • International & Domestic Variety Beer Club: $28.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)
  • International Beer Club: $32.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)

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C&H Clubs

  • Original Monthly Beer Club: $22.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)
  • The International & Domestic Variety Beer Club: $28.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)
  • The International Beer of the Month Club: $32.95/month (12 x 12-ounce bottles)

Gourmet Monthly Club Beer Reviews

The beer reviews below are from shipments of the International & Domestic Variety Beer Club by Gourmet Monthly Club.

St-Ambroise Pumpkin Citrouille by McAuslan Brewing

Posted on November 4, 2013

St Ambroise Pumpkin Ale

One of my favorite things about fall are pumpkin flavored things, and that includes beer. I was excited to receive this pumpkin beer in this month’s beer shipment. On the pour look for a perfectly fall-like amber color. The aroma is a welcoming bouquet filled with warm spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. All the spices are present in the flavor as well in a harmonious way. Since this is a pumpkin ale, expect some pumpkin flavor in there too. A delicious brew to enjoy on a crisp autumn day!

Bourgogne des Flandres Brune by Brouwerij Timmermans

Posted on November 4, 2013

Bourgogne des Flandres Drune

Bourgogne des Flanders is a Flemish beer meaning “Burgundy of Flanders.” As the name suggests, this ale is wine-like and really should be consumed out of a glass in order to allow the ale to breathe. On the pour this ale is a deep reddish brown color with a beige head. The aroma is quite fruity with notes of cherry, some apple and port wine. The flavor starts out sweet and then some bitter oxidized notes take over from being aged in barrels like wine. Break out the cheese plate for this ale, the stinkier the cheese the better!

Pale Ale by Tuckerman Brewing Company

Posted on November 4, 2013

Tuckerman Pale Ale

This pale ale pours a hazy golden color with a puffy white head that remains substantial as you drink. The aroma, full of bready malts and floral hops, begs you to dive in and take a sip. The aroma is also crisp and tart; mildly reminiscent of a granny smith apple. Pale malts, toastiness and floral hops all come together to form a balanced and very drinkable brew. This pale ale would stand up well paired with spicy foods. Enjoy!

Saranac Harvest Ale by Matt Brewing Company

Posted on November 4, 2013

Saranac Harvest Ale

Fall is a great time for good seasonal brews. Everything about Saranac Harvest Ale screams autumn. The hazy amber color and bubbly white head set the stage for this flavorful ale. The aroma smells of a crisp fall day with notes of wheat and citrus. The flavor is quite clean on the palate from start to finish. This seasonal brew would pair well with a creamy pasta dish or a white chicken chili. Cheers!

Jefferson Stout (Sweet Potato Cream Stout) by Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company

Posted on October 7, 2013

Jefferson Stout

This stout pours an opaque dark brown with a thin tan head. The aroma is like a freshly brewed cup of coffee along with hints of chocolate and caramel. This stout gets is creaminess from the addition of milk sugar and sweet potatoes. This beer may sound overwhelmingly sweet, but the bitter notes from the hops and roasted malts keep things balanced.

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