Beerjobber – Brings You Fresh Brew.on May 21, 2012 at 5:55 am
Before prohibition, a “beer jobber” would pick up beer from the local brewery, and carry it to where it needed to go. This was back in the days where cases were made of wood, and the beer was delivered fresh. Prohibition, wholesaling, the homogenization of products, and the addition of chemical preservatives to beer eliminated the need for beer jobbers, as the number of breweries in the US declined from over 1,700 in 1900 to under 100 by 1980. Beer could now be mass produced, stored for long periods of time in large warehouses, and served up to the masses using funny ads to make up for the taste.
Thirty years later, the need for a beer jobber is greater than ever before. But the post-prohibition 3-tier system for distributing beer has made it almost impossible to get brewery fresh beer. Until now. Delivering beer legally to 38 states plus District of Columbia, we are using technology to bring brewery fresh beer to your door.
Our unique market allows you to learn about beers and their brewers, rate them discover new beers based on your individual tastes, review and talk about them, and, the best part – buy them.
So who is Beerjobber? We help you find a beer you’re likely to love, and then we pick it up from the brewery and deliver it to your front step to enjoy at the peak of its freshness. Like the beer jobbers at the turn of the last century, We Bring the Beer.
Beerjobber provides the only online market for craft beer that delivers brewery fresh beer direct to your home. Sent directly from the brewer, the beer is delivered at the peak of its taste.