Attention Amsterdam record junkies! Beer, food and vinyl, sounds like a wonderful combo, right?

Sun 4:00 PM UTC+01Oedipus BrewingAmsterdam, Netherlands
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In the early hours of Saturday morning our beloved store was victim to a senseless criminal attack! At 2.13 am, two men placed the hose... of a fire extinguisher through the letter box and released pressurized dust. This malicious act of sabotage designed to cause maximum damage for reasons unknown. We will not be intimidated by these vandals. The store will be open from 1pm today. Come by and show your support.

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