To my knowledge the beer was brewed at Brunehaut for the
It is common rule to have the beer listed under the brewery that
brews it vs. the place/bar/importer (BIBCO in this case) for whom
Now one can argue the Abbey may own, or have created, the recipe,
and in that case it would make sense to list the beers under the
Abbaye de la Ramée and note in the beer details that it
is/was brewed at Brunehaut for the Abbey.
See the de Proefbrouwerij, it does brew a lot of beers for which
they do not own the recipes.
As I knew you would.
But as the kids say, you should "check yourself".
You're obviously sitting on a gold mine, but your first instinct
(policy) was to dismiss my initial contact.
It would serve you well to remember that your "product" depends on the
ongoing good will of your crowd-source.
Support Staff6 Posted by Greg Avola on 09 May, 2012 01:03 PM
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Everyone makes mistakes - so I apologize for the situation.
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