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February 07, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 297

I know, I could probably sum these beer club reviews up real quick for the vast majority: You like easy drinking yellow fizzy beer, Oh perfect! Try PBR, its fantastic. Find it on draft and you'll be happy. Not doing it for you, well I suppose not all of us can let ourselves of the hook that easily. This, my people, is for you.

Want to branch out and see what beer club reviews really has to offer? Would you like to know how to order a really classy beer for a typically non-beer drinking woman she would love. Feel hip to worldly knowledge and sexy ladies? Want to know that if you're with a man that claims he's a big beer drinker and "likes em strong" you can order him a San Diego IPA and see where his salt really lies?

Beer is so much fun and its really tough to say you honestly don't like it if given a fair chance. I hated the taste of beer and wine for so long, now its my life. If I'd have know then what I know now, via beer club reviews, I probably wouldn't have tortured myself by starting my drinking days off like most of us do with whatever we could find.

Had I known of pear ciders and Seadog Blueberry Bluepaw I'd have probably gone that route. Things have a way of working themselves out.

So, for the super detailed break down of the history and the details on all the beer club reviews and styles, check this out:

Lagers: Most domestic large market breweries

Ales: Most craft beer and small time breweries

I'm only hoping that made a tiny handful of people just a little angry, that is a gross

under-summary but it works.

As far as what beer club reviews work for you I would ask yourself what kind of beer drinker you are...

I usually drink Bud, Miller, Coors etc? Try summer blonde ale or a German pilsner. Also check out Hefs and White Ales. They seem to be pretty approachable for the most part.

Easy go to is Pyramid or Blue Moon.

Heineken drinkers? Try as many IPA's as you can. Start with something from Belgium such as Houblon Chouffe. Then make your way into domestic IPA beer club reviews, that's where the hops are really starting to come through. They gets significantly skunky, or to some, like weed in a cup. San Diego IPA's are notorious.

Try Bear republic's Racer 5 for a swift kick in the palate. If you like a strong, quiet type of IPA, like Ryan Gosling in Drive, try Green Flash West Coast IPA.

Like Newcastle? Try any amber ale you can find and see where it takes you. If you find Boont Amber Ale, try it. You'll never look back

Like Wine only/ Don't drink beer? Try Belgian Lambecs, Ciders and see what a range beer really has to offer.

Feeling brave? Well, there's lots more to talk about. Check out a barley wine if you get a chance. For more on the specifics, explore my beer club reviews blog below!

Joel Caruso is a passionate beverage connoisseur, certified Sommelier and Cicerone located in Southern California. Looking to share his passion with anyone seeking to learn more about what they imbibe. "Lets take out the pretension and put back the fun without sacrificing quality."

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? Joel has reviewed numerous beer of the month clubs for quality and value, and found a Top Pick: Craft Beers Delivered Each Month! Direct-To-You or Your Gift Recipient! Click here!

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