Jim, your story is a little long...
Posted by Bob Johnston on 10/15/2004 10:40:10 AM
;-P but I enjoyed every word. The many travelogues describing the B&B in Watou have already made my future visit a certainty. Bill Coleman, Jeremy and others had whet my appetite for the Kroegske, but this write up really has me hooked. Well done!
I've had the pleasure of drinking the Monk's Cafe beer (thanks to KsqDomer). Nice beer. Regarding the two tripels, I'll say that I think the St. Bernardus is slightly sweeter, but I've never done a side by side.
|Amsterdam/Belgium Part 3 of 3 - Jim Keaveney, 10/15/04 10:17:38 AM|
| Brussels cafes - Jeremy Gray, 10/17/04 06:19:44 AM|
| Re: Brussels cafes - JimKeaveney, 10/17/04 09:55:37 AM|
| 2004 at all times - JimKeaveney, 10/17/04 10:00:13 AM|
| Re: 2004 at all times - Jeremy Gray, 10/17/04 11:58:21 AM|
| Re: Amsterdam/Belgium Part 3 of 3 - Glenn, 10/15/04 06:07:40 PM|
| Re: Amsterdam/Belgium Part 3 of 3 - Jim Keaveney, 10/15/04 06:38:17 PM|
| Re: Amsterdam/Belgium Part 3 of 3 - Bill Coleman, 10/15/04 04:01:44 PM|
| Kroegske - Ian, 10/15/04 02:19:53 PM|
| Re: Amsterdam/Belgium Part 3 of 3 - Warren Becker, 10/15/04 01:41:19 PM|
| Jim, your story is a little long... - Bob Johnston, 10/15/04 10:40:10 AM|
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