Originally Posted by brispence
Ha! You guessed it! It's the only LHBS near me and so far they've done me well.
Glad to hear your Englebretsen has so far been doing well. This is my first foray into Blegian ales and I didn't want to risk too much dough on a trippel for my first shot. I'm looking forward to the day I can sample mine..as are some of my impatient friends who want it done by next weekend...as new homebrewer I will have to show them the light: good beers come to those who wait...
Thanks for the help!
So far my visits there have been awesome. The one bigger lady in there was very helpful and didn't give any BS. The short smaller lady who works there was awesome and hooked me up with their mailing/invite list. The dude with the long hair is cool, but usually really busy. I think he must be the head brew dude. The younger skinny guy is decent too and seems to know beer. They seem to have EVERYTHING. I've been to Corrado's and Rubino's and both were crap by comparison. Stick with TBA. BTW...they're now closed on Wednesdays as well as Tuesdays, at least for the summer months until business picks up in the fall.
And damn i hear you on the impatient people. They're going to get free beer, but they complain.
Originally Posted by anemic
I am glad to be proven wrong on this fine recipe! Trappiste Cheers!
Coincidence my good anemic! How's the blood?