Have a hankering for a new batch of some of Canada's finest craft beers every month? If your answer is something along the lines of “Oh boy, do I ever!” then it looks like you’ve come to the right place. The process is pretty simple, and can be summarized into four easy steps.
First select the craft beer of the month club package you’re interested in. There are only a couple, so read them over carefully and pick the one that’s right for you. You can check out our club subscription packages HERE.
As much as we’d like to, we’re not running some sort of beer lovers’ charity… yet, so we’ll have to take a monthly tithe. Prices vary, so make sure you consider the cost when selecting your subscription.
Yup, you might need to wait. Twiddling your thumbs or whistling an atonal tune might help pass a few dozen hours, but since we ship on the first Monday of the month, there’s a chance you’ll have to wait a few weeks for your first delivery. Waiting can be a drag, but trust us, it’s worth it.
Once your shipment has arrived, haul it inside, crack it open, and enjoy. You’ll find your beers inside, so stick ‘em in the fridge and consume at your leisure.
But wait, there’s more! To truly get the most out of your brilliant new beers, you’re going to have to ensure you savour them like a right properconnoisseur.
First, decide if you want to enjoy your beer in a glass or bottle. There’s nothing wrong with drinking directly from the bottle, but pouring it into a pint glass will release the full aroma and subtle nuances that make each beer special.
Next, take a whiff. A sharp sniff will draw in the beer’s aromas, and help prepare your tastebuds for what’s to come next.
Drink in small to medium sips (don’t chug), and allow the beer the opportunity to delight your taste buds before swallowing. Take your time, and let the beer coat your tongue to ensure you discover everything it has to offer.
Finally, make use of obscure pretentious jargon to describe what you just experienced. This way, everybody around you will KNOW you’re a true beer enthusiast. Consider terms such as “mouthfeel,” “sessionable,” and “linalool” to really get your point across.