It’s Tax Season! Beer Audit … ‘The Session’ March 2013

Adam over at Pints and Pubs is hosting this month’s “Session,” a monthly opportunity for bloggers  around the world to get together and write from their own unique perspective on a single topic.

Adam has proposed the idea of a beer audit – his annual ritual of taking into account all the brews he has around the house. As we’re in the midst of tax season, I thought an actual beer audit would called for. It’s really what the IRS should be focusing on anyway.

So, here’s my “breW-2” statement covering the 2012 calendar (click to enlarge):

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session_logo_all_text_300Brought to you by “The Session” #73. Cheers to Adam at Pints and Pubs for hosting this month’s gathering. I’ll be hosting the April 2013 edition with the theme of “Beer Balance.”

+Bryan Roth

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9 thoughts on “It’s Tax Season! Beer Audit … ‘The Session’ March 2013

  1. Great idea for a post, but 60 gallons of homebrew! Wow.

    Will look forward to your announcement post – it sounds like an interesting topic.

    • I was very ambitious in 2012, homebrewing 12 five-gallon batches. I still have lots and lots of bottles sitting around my house. Thankfully, I’ve had friends willing to go through the grueling task of helping me drink them all.

      Cheers!

  2. Pingback: The Session #73 Roundup | Pints and Pubs

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