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 novelty beers. It was suggested by this months host, Jorge from Brew beer and drink it. The following quote sums up the brief for this month:

The Perfect Beer World… that’s how I picture it…

So with that being said… what is something you would like to see change… something that will take us closer to the Perfect Beer World?

I’m not quite sure where I’m going to go with this one. The world is already such a great place when it comes to beer. There are so many different brewers, each with their own style and as a result different beers. A smorgasbord of different beers to suit every taste and mood. So what would I want to do to change it? Well, I’d like to have more choice available to me. I’d love it if the supermarkets stocked bottles of the most obscure ales from around the world, and the pubs all kept casks of ales that always changed, instead of just the same old GK IPA all the time.

Of course I know its not financially viable and could never happen, so perhaps we need to get rid of money? Wouldn’t that be nice? Just walk to the bar and have what you want regardless of what you can afford. You could drink to taste and not to budget. How long would the big commercial lagers last then? Apart from that, which is unlikely to happen in the near future, I don’t think I can complain about the beer world. I try many different beers, some good, some not so good, but without the bad you can’t appreciate the good. All in all I think we should leave it all alone, it’s not that bad.