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Portare Birra Dal Belgio

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Ciao a tutti!

A inizio Maggio andrò in Belgio qualche giorno in auto con degli amici e, ovviamente, l'idea è quella di portarci dietro una abbondante scorta di birra.
Visto che non trovo riscontri sulla rete (e onde evitare di doverla bere tutta in dogana), vorrei chiedere se qualcuno di voi ha idea di come funziona per i passaggi doganali dalla Svizzera.
 

Grazie in anticipo

 

Gabriele

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In genere è a cranio..

Per il tabacco da pipa, per esempio, sono 250gr a testa..

Ma:

Devono essere chiaramente divisi(in ogni borsa devono esserci al massimo 5litri)

5 litri a testa son pochi, andassi in belgio ne prenderei mooooooolti di più!

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é giusto quello che penso anche io...5 litri sono nulla..
Forse è meglio farsi una circumnavigazione via Austria...

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perchè ovviamente se ti beccano...c'è la sodomia finanziaria..immagino

Altrimenti non si chiamarebbe dogana! ;)

 

Per me ti conviene passsare o dalla germania o dalla Francia( a seconda di da dove parti).. :)

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perchè ovviamente se ti beccano...c'è la sodomia finanziaria..immagino

 

esatto

scena, io e la mia ragazza in macchina

IO: togliti gli occhiali da sole

LEI: perchè?

IO: fanno "tipo sospetto"

LEI: ma daiiiiiiiiiii

IO: togliti quegli occhiali!!!!!!!!!!! e fai la faccia allegra, sorridente, e guardali in faccia 

 

ha funzionato :D :D :D

 

(che poi non controllavano eh!!! ma non si sa mai!)

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noi passammo dalla Francia e non ci ponemmo il problema, ma eravamo talmente carichi che avremmo potuto corromperli! :rofl:

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Ma perchè da qui è comoda la Francia.. Se lui fosse a Milano o in Veneto.... XD

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in aereo devi metterla nel bagaglio in stiva, noi siam tornati dall'Inghilterra con un pò di bocce ma devi imballarle bene bene

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Puoi spedire cn gls io ai tempi avevo spedito circa 40kg di birre varie tra cui due casse di wv x 35 euri...o forse erano 35 kg e 40 euri..qlk d simile....

 

Per ordine wv devi avere pazienza a telefnare e asoettare il tuo turno...ci metti ore...ma si puo fare..devi dargli il numero di targa...Se è come ai tempi..

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ad agosto faccio un salto in belgio e vorrei portare a casa tra le tonnellate di birra anche un po' di wv, mi spieghereste per  benino come funziona l'ordinazione?

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allora è abbastanza un delirio, questo è il link del calendario

 

http://users.telenet.be/sintsixtus/sintsixtus/bierverkoopactueel.htm

 

e qui le istruzioni

 

buona fortuna!!!!!!!!

 

The Westvleteren “Trappist†is sold exclusively at the abbey store, and only after having made a reservation by telephone (+32 (0)70/21.00.45).
How does one reserve beer?

 

See our web page ‘beer sales’ for information regarding when reservations will be accepted for which beer and how much beer can be reserved at any one time.
At the time indicated, call us using the beer phone number (+32 (0)70/21.00.45).
Then you can make an appointment (date and time) with the beer phone operator, providing the license plate number of the car which will be used to pick up the order.
Address of our abbey and beer store is: Donkerstraat 12, B -8640 Westvleteren.

Busy Signals and Limited Reservations

Please take into account that you may often get a busy signal when you call to make a reservation, due to the fact that our beer lines are overburdened! You’re not the only one who is calling at that moment. Due to our small-scale production, the number of telephone calls is much greater than the number of available reservations. That means it’s a matter of having a lot of patience as well as a lot of luck.

In order to allow as many customers as possible to make a reservation, there are several limitations built into the reservation process:

Automobiles:

Attention! It takes at least 60 days before the same automobile can pick up a next order.

f.ex. your last pick up the 15th of October – your next pick up possible from the 15th of December on.

Telephones:

– Attention! It takes at least 60 days before the same telephone number can reach the beer phone for a next reservation.

f.ex. your last phone call for a reservation the 10th of October – your next phone call possible from the 10th of December on.

– Anonymous telephone numbers are not accepted.

– Land phones and cell phones have an equal chance. All telephone zones are treated equally.

There’s no sense in trying to contact our beer sales outlet or the brewery – in any way at all – if you don’t succeeds in placing a reservation. Any such attempts will receive no response.
It is for us administratively impossible to change made agreements.

Thanks in advance for your understanding and your patience!

Prices

Our beer is sold by the crate, with 24 bottles per crate. From the 1st of May 2013 on, the beer prices (excluding the deposit for the crate and the bottles) are :

Trappist Westvleteren Blond (5,8 vol.% ABV) 30,00 euros
Trappist Westvleteren 8 (dark) (8 vol.% ABV) 35,00 euros
Trappist Westvleteren 12 (dark) (10,2 vol.% ABV) 40,00 euros
Deposit for empty bottles and crate: 12 euros (9.60 euros for the crate plus 0.10 euros per bottle). Empty bottles and crates can be returned only if undamaged. The wooden crates should be kept in a dry place.

Conditions

Westvleteren Trappist is sold only to individual customers. Every customer agrees not to re-sell the beer to any third party.

Opening Hours

Unless otherwise specified (see our page with Up-to-date Information), the empty bottles and crates can be returned to the sales desk any afternoon between 13:30 and 16:30. Our beer shop is closed on Fridays, Sundays and national holidays.

Our beer can also be enjoyed in the welcome center ‘In De Vrede’, across the street from the abbey. Here you can also visit the Claustrum , an exhibition room with a presentation of life in the abbey as well as information about the brewery and the brewing process.

How to keep and to serve our beer?

With the exception of our Blond beer, Trappist beer will keep for years: give the beer time and it will continue to ripen. The minimum sell-by date is stamped on the capsule. Store the bottles vertically in a dark place between 12° and 16° C. It is better not to refrigerate Trappist 8 and Trappist 12; Trappist Blond, on the other hand, may also be served cooled.

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grazie! domani me lo leggo bene ma se è come mi è sembrato di capire leggendo due righe che devi dagli un giorno e un ora di ritiro due mesi prima è un po' un delirio!

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