Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'Brewing Photos & Videos' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, May 30, 2014.
Give Great idea's for beer names
Big Ass Porter
Hard Throbbing Bock
Buxom Belgian Blonde (It's in secondary now...)
Panama Blond Bombshell
Raise the White Flag (French Saison)
Sun Streak American Blonde Ale.
"Here's Mud in your EyePA"
Had just enough chocolate malt to have a brown tint
All my beers have baseball-themed names, many Cubs related:
Crooked Numbers Summer Ale
High Heat Chocolate Chipotle Ale
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.
I usually don't bother coming up with names for my brews, but my wheat ipa was different.... "Weenie Dog of Doom"
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....
Knocking on Hells Door
Nut Sack Ale (Boulevard)
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.
What did you come up with?
according to Google "Vat ze" is dutch and says "They Barrel" and "Helles" is German meaning "Bright"
so the Bright Barrel ??
That would make sense(?).
I was wondering what Nosybear came up with for his Kölsch though...
Either that, or 4711.
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)