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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- 2-month Beer of the Month Club subscription ($85.90 value)
- 3-month Beer of the Month Club subscription ($128.85 value)
- 6-month Beer of the Month Club subscription ($257.70 value)
- 12-month Beer of the Month Club subscription ($490.40 value)
Shipping is included with all options, making it an ideal gift. The latest edition of “Beer Expeditions,” the monthly club newsletter, arrives with each shipment. Each month, a 12-pack of craft beer in four different styles is delivered; brews come from renowned craft breweries and have included Left Hand, Smuttynose, and Tommyknocker.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 or older. Online redemption only. Not valid with our Promo Codes. Shipping included. Valid only for the goods identified above, it has no cash or other value and is not redeemable for any other goods or services. Not combinable with any other discounts or offers. Does not ship to PO Boxes, Canada, AK, HI, MA, or UT. Signature with valid ID required upon delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
About Beer of the Month Club
As one of the many categories under the Clubs of America umbrella, the Beer of the Month Club delivers some of the country's best craft brews to the doorsteps of beer enthusiasts. Established in 1994, this sudsy club has quenched the thirst of thousands of people with monthly hauls of microbrewed beers. Each shipment includes 12 craft beers—offering a selection of 4 various 12 oz. styles from two craft breweries each month, such as Big Bison Ale from Crown Valley Brewery in Missouri or Uncommon Stout from Bent River Brewery Co. in Illinois. Shipments typically showcase the work of America's smaller breweries, meaning the only way they could be more patriotic was if they were delivered by a bald eagle or a shirtless Rocky Balboa.