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I've been poking around on the internet looking for an importer of Belgian beer kegs. The only ones available AFAIK are the two from InBev, Hoegaarden and Stella. Has anyone heard of any suppliers or seen any others on the rock?
First go to MOF. Find them online. Then ask the same question. Alchohol and weed (tobacco) are strictly controlled here. The main office for inquiry is MOF. I think you will find the proper floor and office directory just inside the building. It's near CKS exit, no 7. About flour 6 but you will see it inside the bulding and elevator. Perhaps you can convince them that you need the revenue more than the locals. Good luck.
Sorry. All alchohol and tobacco products must first past scrutiny of MOF. My directions are close but it's not the 6th floor. However, once you get into the building, just wave howdy at the guard, check the sign inside or in the elevator. You will see a sign that mentions alcohol and tobacco imports. I would suggest going to that floor with hat in hand and expect to speak Chinese. Good luck my friend. Sorry for my flippant response earlier made but . . . . . come on. Do you really think that you can really just ship kegs of beer into ANY country?
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