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Hey all you craft beer drinkers! It's that time again! What time? New Beer of the Month from Amazing Clubs time! Yeah... we know, it doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. But the beer... The beer tastes good. So let's get to it!

This month, we've got beer from Carolina Brewing Company and The Lion Brewery. Carolina Brewing Co. sends their Carolina Blonde and Low Down Brown, while Lion Brewery has their Steg 150 All Malt Lager and Stegmaier Porter. With that in mind, let's get to the beer!

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Carolina Beer Company Carolina Blonde

Appearance: Very little white head that dissipates quickly. Light straw body that is slightly hazy.

Smell: Very mild aroma. There's just a little malt.

Taste: The beer starts out a little sweet and mildly fruity. Strangely enough, if you like wit biers, you may like the mild sweetness in this beer, it's reminiscent of the style. It ends dry, though. This would be a great beer for the summer! A good, dry lager would really quench the thirst, and the mild fruity sweetness makes it interesting. It would go very well with fruit salad.

Hey all you craft beer drinkers! It's that time again! What time? New Beer of the Month from Gourmet Monthly Clubs time! Yeah... we know, it doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. But the beer... The beer tastes good. So let's get to it!

This month, we've got beer from Atwater Brewing Company and Lakefront Brewing Company. Atwater sends their Pilsner and Vanilla Porter, while Lakefront  has their White and East Side Dark. With that in mind, let's get to the beer!

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Atwater Pilsner

Appearance: Light golden, clear, light white head that disapates quicklu

Smell: very lager aroma, light

Taste: Very light, hint of biscuity malt, light hop bitterness.

Decent beer, very drinkable, it's a step up from the macro's but it's not going to blow your mind.

Hey all you craft beer drinkers! It's that time again! What time? New Beer of the Month from Gourmet Monthly Clubs time! Yeah... we know, it doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. But the beer... The beer tastes good. So let's get to it!

This month, we've got beer from Mercury Brewing Company and Abita Brewing Company. Mercury sends their Ipswich Original Ale and Nut Brown Ale, while Abita has their Jockamo IPA and Turbo Dog. On a side note, Mercury Brewing Company is quite local to DrinkCraftBeer.com. They're just about a half hour away in Ipswich, MA. They brew some delicious beers, so we're stoked to get reacquainted with these local brews (especially twice this month as we got Mercury beers from both of our Beer of the Month Clubs). With that in mind, let's get to the beer!

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Mercury Brewing Company Ipswich Nut Brown Ale

Appearance: Wow, that's a beautiful brown beer! Clear, reddish brown with a chocolate milkshake head.

Smell: Sweet malt with some molasses.

Taste: That's a pretty good brown ale! It's a little nutty. Actually, it's peanuty, which would make it a legumey beer. But that doesn't sound nearly as appetizing as this beer is tasty, so let's go with nutty. It goes very well with roasted unsalted peanuts. The malt really makes this beer, as it's lightly toasted with a hint of nut. A nice session ale at 5.4% abv.