Andicus wrote:Peter, I've e-mailed you twice regarding your Lindeman's Gueuze Cuvee Renee. Maybe I'm ending up in your spam folder or something.
Can you check for it and get back to me?
What??? You didn't get THIS email from him?
From Esprit email mailing list:
"A customer contacted me today and has prompted me to write this e-mail to all of you. Many of you have dealt with me for years and know the system. Many of you have not. We take reservations on most of our popular beers which tend to be Trappists. We do not know when they will arrive. The LCBO does not share this information with us. We take reservations and as soon as the product is available, we contact our customers on the waiting list. Far too many people book appointments to pick up from our house and then cancel or just don’t show up while we try to schedule around them and we receive hundreds of e-mail each month from consumers asking about the status of their order and I cannot give them much information. When it’s here, I contact you…if you don’t here from me it’s not here. My business cannot function with the volume of inquiries we receive so I implore you all to book an order and not contact me again until I tell you that your beer is available. I know this sounds like a rant but I hope some of you can appreciate that if there is no communication, there is nothing to communicate. We are a small company and don’t have the resources to communicate on a daily basis with everyone who placed an order for 1 case. If this persists we’ll just drop our consumer business because dealing with bars and restaurants involves much less hassle and 10 times the volume."
"A pint is too much, but I do not mind pickles" and " even more synthetic (and natural) aroma."