Discussion in 'Homebrewing' started by malweth, Oct 17, 2012.
Get Bent Brown
uncle jesse (dukes of hazzard) iipa 13%av
southern belle (am barleywine)
Lunch Ale (English Ordinary Bitter)
Tokyo Nights (American Red Ale)
"Old Glory" - 13.5% ABV Old Ale w/ Smith Bowman bourbon
"Edge of Madness" - 12.8% Barleywine that started off as a Thomas Hardy clone, dry hopped with Nelson Sauvin
"Date Night Dunkelweizen" - 5.3% ale brewed with 3.8lbs of chocolate wheat malt and 3.2lbs of date puree.
I have a few beers I have named
The "Abomination Alt" - an alt beer where I couldnt find the right yeast so or hops so it became an abomonation, tasted great though
"Thickness" was a wit beer, alittle strong in the alcohol content but again tasted great
"Morning Beer" Hellas
"Wit-not" was another wit beer
"Winter Wheat" wheat beer
"Its 5 O'clock somewhere" Octoberfest
I brewed a single-hop Galaxy DIPA just a few days before the apocalypse. Seeing as it survived, I am considering naming the beer (currently dry hopping) Mayan Galactic Alignment or something like that.
Brewed an APA with citra and amarillo. A few friends and I finished it off in an afternoon. We tried thinking of a name and I threw out "Steve's Sister" because it went down too easy. Everyone but Steve thought it was funny.
"Cry to Mama" - DIPA
"Haa'Bis" - Pale Ale (Gullah word for Harvest...i'm from Charleston and I just liked it.)
Zinneke - Belgian Pale Ale
Zwanzeur - Saison
"Zinneke" is a "Brusseleer" (Brussels dialect) nickname for residents of the city. "Zinneke" is taken from the stray dogs which hung around the Zenne (or Senne river, which now runs under Brussels) in the middle ages.
"Zwanzeur" is "Brusseleer" for a trickster or someone who likes to have fun.
Bike Trail Belgian (wild hops from the bike trail)
Wild Ryed IPA (Rye IPA with wild hops)
Grog Dew (sitting around the campfire; "Look what Grog do!")
Wapiti Lager (Moose Drool) (Caribou Slobber)
Favorite Season (Saison)
Live Guy Ale (Rogue Dead Guy)
Plum Crazy Nut Brown Lager (Brown ale with plum honey and lager yeast)
Separate names with a comma.