Brew-Review: 33 Beers Journal

Screen Shot 2013-01-21 at 5.29.59 PMFor the bitch who documents everything, this one’s for you.

33 Beers  is a compact journal that conveniently fits in your purse.  It makes beer reviews simple by including a flavor wheel and other stats that the beer drinker records. The flavor wheel allows the beer drinker to quickly recall the unique tastes of each beer. For low values of the flavor, a dot is filled in near the center of the wheel. Flavors in the wheel range from hoppy, floral, and sweet to bitter, malty, spicy, and many others.

Being pocket-sized allows you to bring 33 Beers anywhere! About the size of an index card and thinner than an iPhone, carry your journal in a purse, your jeans, or even a front shirt pocket. Have a beer in one hand and your journal in the other.

For all you tree-hugging hippies, 33 Beers is eco-friendly and made of 100% recycled paper. And if you’re into other things, the 33 line has other topics including 33 Cigars, Cheeses, Wines, Whiskeys, Chocolates, and Coffees.  For $4 a piece or 3 for $10, these booklets make perfect gifts that are affordable and practical.

Whether you’re a beer aficionado or a beer bitch in-training, 33 Beers is a great, cheap investment for anyone who’s expanding their craft beer palate.  So raise your glass and your pens for an excellent beer journal worth buying.


This Brew-Review was written by our newest contributing writer, Kitty.

Kitty is a native Austinite and a Texas exes. She prefers the label beer enthusiast over lush, and when she’s not writing or trying new brews, she enjoys spending time at the Greenbelt and running on town lake trail with shelter dogs. You can follow her on Twitter at @the_kitsolo.

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