Awesome beer names?

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  1. Ozarks Mountain Brew

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    Give Great idea's for beer names
     
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    Ill start
    Big Ass Porter
     
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    Buxom Belgian Blonde (It's in secondary now...)
     
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    Raise the White Flag (French Saison)
     
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    Sun Streak American Blonde Ale.
     
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    Had just enough chocolate malt to have a brown tint ;)
     
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    All my beers have baseball-themed names, many Cubs related:

    Crooked Numbers Summer Ale
    High Heat Chocolate Chipotle Ale
    Seeing (Eye)PA
    SEA's (wife's initials) Berry Wheat 'Til Next Year
    Day Game White IPA
    8/8/88 Black IPA
    Disco Demolition Double IPA
    Pine Tar Stout

    Okay, maybe not super cool in general, but they're fitting for what I do.
     
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    I usually don't bother coming up with names for my brews, but my wheat ipa was different.... "Weenie Dog of Doom"
     
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    I don't know if I can beat "Weenie Dog of Doom," but I'm looking for a name for my Helles. I came up with one for my Koelsch but the pun only works if you speak German. "Vat ze Helles" comes to mind....
     
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    Knocking on Hells Door
     
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    Nut Sack Ale (Boulevard)
     
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    Silver Streak -- is the name I'm using for Batch Code #25, which is a Rye Pale Ale ---
    - Using a lot of Chinook hops
    - It's batch 25
    - It will be ready about the time football season starts (I'm a Detroit Lions fan) :) (ya, make your jokes)

    Awakening -- is the name for a white IPA that will be next, batch code #24
    Story: 2010, had no clue (well very little clue) what craft beer, let alone homebrewing, was all about. Microbrew / restaurant that was frequented on work assignment was serving up a Citra hopped IPA. From the first smell, I was "awakened" .. and the taste, wow! Well, I got a little loopy that night. Next day, I'm googling this Citra hops they wrote about in the beer description. Short story -- Here I am. I was "awakened" .. probably wouldn't have this hobby today had I not experienced that beer.

    I ordered the ingredients for both of these beers this morning.
     
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    What did you come up with? :)
     
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    according to Google "Vat ze" is dutch and says "They Barrel" and "Helles" is German meaning "Bright"

    so the Bright Barrel ??
     
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    That would make sense(?).
    I was wondering what Nosybear came up with for his K├Âlsch though...
     
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    Koelnisches Wasser.
     
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    Either that, or 4711.
     
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    Nut Hugger (was a brown porter I just had the last of)
    Sugartit Sour (KY Common named after the tiny little town I live in/by)
     

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