craft beer club reviews


The Beer Club has been a staple of the Portland, Oregon, beer scene for two decades, and they continue to be a huge part of the local scene. The club includes beer tastings, growler fills, and a monthly meeting at their beautiful clubhouse on the banks of the Willamette River.

We’ve been there a few times already, and I’m afraid there isn’t much else to tell.

A regular feature on my blog, Craft Beer Club, we offer a chance to try beers from more than 40 breweries all over the United States. Our monthly meetings are always packed with great breweries, brewers, and drinkers, and many of the beers we take for granted in our everyday lives have a special place in history among the hundreds of beers we’ve tasted over our decade long beer club.

We are a place where you can get a taste of the world’s most unusual beers. Craft Beer Club is not only about beer, but all things beer. We are a social club where you can network, learn, and share your experiences with beer, or anything else beer-related.

Craft Beer Club is a great way to meet other beer-lovers in a fun and safe way. Anyone can join and the club is free to join. Our meeting times are always posted, and we run events every month. You can join our group and try out different beers and help us create a great club.

I’m sure there are some people who think we’re somehow weird for running a club. That’s silly. Yes, we have our own rules and we take time to be sure all of our members are a good fit. But we’re not selling you beer. We’re just a bunch of beer-lovers who just like beer. We don’t care what you do with your time as long as you’re having fun.

I know it sounds a little corny, but I think the reason we have beer events is because we want to bring more beer drinkers into craft beer. We get a lot of feedback from our members on what we should do to make our events better. So we decided that we needed to have a better beer club, so we decided to take a hard look at what we already have and make it better.

First and foremost, we need to improve our beer selection. We have some really good stuff here at Craft Beer Club, but it just doesn’t match up to the quality we’re looking for. We’d like to have more variety, which is why we’re making some changes.

The new beer selection will be a mixture of craft brews from various brewers, including some new beers that we’ll be serving. We are also going to be expanding our beer club to include beer tastings. The idea is to encourage members who would be interested in tasting all the beers to come and do so during our tastings. That way we can offer other members an opportunity to try something new.