I installed and got django-jack up and running to interface with one of our development beanstalkd servers. 

A few notes:

  1. Depends on PyYAML (easy_install PyYAML)
  2. Depends on django-flash (easy_install -U django-flash)
  3. Need to create the database and make sure permissions are right.

The software allows you to view all the beanstalkd stats and makes it easier to peek, put, and try pulling out jobs.  Not terribly useful for production, but helpful in development.