The session. Once a month beer bloggers from around the world take five minutes to all discuss a particular topic. This month, the topic is beer auditing. It was suggested by this months the hosts from pints and pubs. The following quote sums up the brief for this month:

Once or twice a year I take a beer audit. I open cupboards and boxes and just have a good look at what’s there. Some beers get moved about, some make it from a box into the fridge, others get pushed further to the back of the cupboard for another day. Often I just stare at the bottles for a while and think about when I’ll drink them. Apart from the enjoyment of just looking at a hoard of beer, It tells me something about my drinking habits.

This one will be short and sweet. I have no beer store. I have a tendency to drink most, if not all of my beers fairly quickly. This is partly because I don’t have much money, so I can’t buy loads of beers to store, but it is mostly because after a day or two beers start to call me and I answer gladly.

Sorry if you were expecting more.