2019 GPA Convention – Belgian Beer Cafe

Save the Date for April 16 @ 7PM

Mark your calendar for L.A. Turbine’s (LAT) infamous Belgian Beer Café on TUESDAY, April 16 at 7PM in Salon G of the San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk during this year’s GPA Midstream Convention. Everyone’s favorites including a new selection of Belgian beers, warm waffles, and chocolate will be served plus the drawing for a Year of Belgian Beer returns. And, for those who are Chosen Ones, only you will gain access to the exclusive Abbey tasting confessionals.

EXCLUSIVE! GPA May Ban LAT Beer Monks from Convention

This just in! Sources tell the Monks News Network (MNN), L.A. Turbine’s Beer Monks may be banned from the 2019 convention due to last year’s magnificent Manneken Pis parade. Follow the latest monk developments on Twitter @MonksNews to get the latest breaking news.

Members of the Abbey Press (AP) and reporters from the Monks News Network (MNN) will be on the convention sidelines to report on GPA midstream developments leading up to L.A. Turbine’s Tuesday night Belgian Beer Café event. For one night only, MNN will stage a convention broadcast from LAT’s BBC. Follow MNN and L.A. Turbine on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to stay in the know.

Help the MNN Investigative Team. Share Your Story!

The MNN and Abbey Press reporters are seeking help from previous GPA convention attendees who know of the LAT Beer Monks or have attended past Belgian Beer Café events. In the last decade, have you witnessed the good deeds of these beer-pouring, waffle-serving and blessing-filled monks? Have they spread happiness or mayhem? What have you heard about the industry-buzzing ARES AMB Turboexpander? Whether you’d prefer to be on or off the record we’d like to hear your story. CALL the anonymous MNN Tipline (+1 661 289 0088) to share your story or email your scoop to Troy O’Steen.

Who is MNN and AP?

Monks News Network (MNN) is an independently-operated network of monks whose news reporting tends to err on the side of the heavens above. The Abbey Press is comprised of a select group of monks given the power to speak on behalf of those who can’t.