33 Bottles of Beer Pocket Journals

33Beers.com - FrontThese pocket journals, part of the 33 books series by Dave Seldon, are the perfect companion for the established or aspiring craft beer connoisseur. Each booklet contains 33 pages waiting to be filled with flavor notes, observations, and ratings of your favorite (and not-so-favorite) craft beers. Made of 100% recycled papers sourced in the Pacific Northwest and printed using US-grown soy-based inks in Portland, OR, these handy helpers are a product you can feel good about.

Planning a trip to one of the many craft beer festivals happening in 2012? The 33 Bottles of Beer journal is a great way to keep track of what you liked and what you didn’t while you navigate the many styles and flavors offered.  Each page contains room for the name and brewer of the beer in question, stats like IBUs and ABV and a notes section to record additional observations.  Perhaps the most helpful feature is the flavor wheel that can be used to quickly recall a beer’s unique flavor long after consumption.  And the journals small size, just 3.5 x 5″, makes it easy to tuck in your pocket or purse so it’s ready wherever, whenever you plan to imbibe.

If you’ve gotta have one of your very own, ordering is easy at their website: 33beers.com. The site also offers a growing list of retail locations around the world for those looking to spot 33 Beer journals in their natural habitat. At $4 each or 3 for $10, what’s not to love?

33Beers.com - Flavor Wheel

The flavor wheel offers a helpful way to record tasting notes.

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Categories: The Spirit of Craft Beer

Author:Amy Ellsworth

Amy Ellsworth is The Craft Beer Girl. Follow her as she discovers the world of craft beer through brewery tours, beer festivals, reviews and homebrewing. You can also find her on Twitter, Facebook, and .


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