The Rare Beer Club is now featuring two American craft brewers including RateBeer.com‘s recently-awarded #1 spot on the “Top New Brewers In The World” rankings, Anchorage Brewing Company. Pennsylvania’s Sly Fox Brewing is also featured.
Anchorage Galaxy White IPA will be a sneak preview for Rare Beer Club members. The beer will be available on a very limited basis to the public three to four weeks after RBC members receive it. Sly Fox Ichor Quadruple, meanwhile, is only available in three states in the Mid-Atlantic region. You can save yourself the headache of running around trying to find or trade for these beers by ordering them right here.
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More on this month’s featured beers:
Anchorage Galaxy White IPA: “With the creation of new beer styles comes this sort of emergent period where things are pretty wide open to interpretation— so, let’s see where brewer Gabe Fletcher takes us with his take on “White IPA”… He’s certainly pulled out all the stops in this remarkable brew, with ingredients & influences from four different continents: Australian Galaxy hops, Indian coriander and black peppercorns, North American wheat, fresh kumquats from Asia, and fermented and aged in French oak foudres with a Belgian wit yeast.”
Sly Fox Ichor Quadruple: “Ichor is an Abbey style Quadruple brewed with German Pils and Roast malts, Belgian Candi Sugar, and German Tradition hops. Expect it to pour a burgundy brown color, capped by a frothy, off white head. There is a slight, initial waft of Belgian-style farmhouse funk, supplemented by notes of gingerbread, pumpernickel, Irish cream, cookie dough, plums, raisins and date nut bread. Look for a bit of candied orange peel as well, not to mention some citrus/over-ripened orange notes.”
IMPORTANT ORDERING INFORMATION:
TO INSURE GETTING THESE BEERS, PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER BY FEBRUARY 15TH!
For your first shipment, you will receive the above two beers. Beginning with your next shipment, you will have the ability to substitute in beers from prior shipments that are still available. See more info under ‘Handy Information’ below. Click here for the full list of beers that Beernews.org has featured in recent months. Here is just a small sample:
Saint Somewhere Cynthiana
Mikkeller Hoppy Lovin’ Christmas
Fantôme Magic Ghost
Jolly Pumpkin Lupulo de Hielo
The Bruery 4 Calling Birds
So, what do I get when I order?
You can order a no-obligation membership or a prepaid membership. There is no cancellation fee. 100% satisfaction is guaranteed. There are three different membership levels:
Platinum – (6) – 750 ml. bottles each month, three bottles of two different beers. $68.95 plus $18.00 S&H per month.
Gold – (4) – 750 ml. bottles each month, two bottles of two different beers. $51.95 plus $15.00 S&H per month.
Silver – (2) – 750 ml. bottles each month, one bottle of two different beers. $31.95 plus $13.00 S&H per month.
There is flexibility in terms of how often you choose to receive beers and what beers you receive. Personal and gift memberships can be shipped monthly, every other month, quarterly or even on specific months.
Rare Beer Club personal memberships are given additional flexibility through their Future Shipment Update (FSU) Program. Members are sent an email at the beginning of the month detailing the two upcoming selections and a form that allows them to either skip the entire shipment, skip only one of the beers, or add more bottles of either the featured beers or their favorite past selections. In short, you’ll never get a beer you didn’t want as a personal member.
Memberships can also be ordered to give as beer gifts as opposed to just for yourself.
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