The shelves are well stocked. A little too well. I like going down to pick out a beer that suits my mood or meal, but geez-loiuse, things have gotten out of hand. For about 50% of my beers, this is not actually an issue, because the gravity is high enough that they will just keep getting better for years. I do have some low-gravity lagers and other things that just aren't going to be awesome forever, so I try to drink them first; it keeps me out of the good stuff. Also, I should stop buying beer. And making beer. And wine.
After setting another case and a half out on the shelves, I set the carboy of Malbec pictured here up for transfer. I don't remember if I've oaked it yet or not. I'm going to bottle my Port soon (soon...) and when I do, I'll transfer this wine, taste it, and if it needs oak, then oak it shall have. Otherwise, it will be degassed, and bottled shortly thereafter. Or I'll leave it indefinitely... house rules.
If my wine shelf project goes well, then I will need to purchase some wood soon for more shelving over there, and I'll probably get some more shelving for this side as well. The set on the right is in need of an additional upright and to have the outermost ones moved in a little bit. It's a little precarious. I try to make it a little cleaner every time I go down there, but that does not always happen. When I do clean up and get rid of some junk I've been hoarding, it starts to look really nice.