Posted by Jeremy Gray on 10/17/2004 06:19:44 AM
Jim, thanks for part three, its all been a good read. Regarding Lop Lop, I have no idea if its still open or if it has indeed closed permanently, but IMO you didn't miss much - I only went a couple of times but it wasn't really to my liking, very very loud and packed. I think I had also heard that the beer choice had diminished.
>>The Delerium café boasts some 2500 beers with a guarantee of 2004 at all times<<
Are they really now boasting 2500? Only figure I had heard previously was that they did 2004 beers - and apparently this figure was indeed verified by the Guinness Book of Records person when they opened. So they now have a sign or a note on the beer list stating 2500?
Anyway, thanks for the effort in writing up your trip report, Jim.
|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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