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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by 19etz55, Mar 18, 2016.
The Brown Note and Old Leg Humper, had to get them both were decent.
* Dead Elephant
* Hops & Robbers
* Mad Tom IPA
* Twice as Mad Tom IPA
* Ransack the Universe
Likely more I cannot even think of right now. I'll always buy 1 or 2 loose ones and if they are a winner then I will stock them at home. I love variety. Cheers.
Christmas Eve in a New York City Hotel Room, that name just seemed too random to pass.
And the other day at a local brewery, they had a wit called "There's Always Money in the Banana Stand". Couldn't pass up the arrested development reference.
Funky Bow's Pale G String and So Folkin' Hoppy
Lump of Coal
A He'Brew mix pack
Clown Shoes Tramp Stamp
Many more that I am forgetting
Rogue - "New Crustacean Barleywineish Imperial IPA Sorta"
That beer was all over the map!!
"Black Tongue" DIPA cause well, Mastodon
Alesmith "Evil Dead Red" cause of The Evil Dead.
3Floyds "Amber Smashed Face" cause Cannibal Corpse and the label is kick ass like most 3floyds.
Acoustic Ales "Run For The Hills" IPA
And a ton others.
I buy a lot of beers based on labels cause I take my old bomber bottles, cut them with a glass cutter and make cups or candles out of them for holiday gifts.
The Brown Note (also the art work haha)
Grandmas Pecan Pie
Boulevards Pop-Up and Double Wide IPA's (both of which are lite/easy drinking enjoyable IPA's)
Spagetti Western - I have a western themed board game called Colt Express that this bottle will come out for when next played.
Michelob Ultra Pomegranate Raspberry.
Marky Ramone's Natural Brown Ale
Voodoo Doughnut Maple Bacon Ale - worst decision ever
Dirtwolf, because I like dirt and wolves. And now I buy it because it's delicious.
Sweet Baby Jesus!
Abita's Turbodog. The understated labeling also helped to induce.
Abita Bad Mother Shucker is the only recent one I can think of.
We were going to my wife's Aunt Betty's place when I found a sixer of Sweaty Bettys on the way down there. Couldn't pass it up.
New Glarus Hopster & Black Top
Lagunitas Hairy Eyeball ( Now, who wouldn't do a double take when seeing that one on the shelf?)
Stone Arrogant Bastard
Big Sky Moose Drool
Boulder Sweaty Betty ( Why is Betty sweaty? Curious minds need to know.)
Anything that says coconut
I forgot about #busted nut brown ale from Salty Nut Brewery in Huntsville, AL and Ass Kisser smoked porter from Ass Kisser Ale. I also dig just about anything from Ass Clown Brewery the logo is awesome "don't be one, drink one". Someday i will hit pubertyl
old engine oil
though heady topper is a cool name for a beer, but i cant say i bought that just for the name
The first time I ever tried any beer from Stone, it was because of the winged demon on the label and the attitude conveyed by the name of the beer and the description - "Arrogant Bastard," and "you can't handle this beer...," or something to that effect. Had to try.
Monty Python's Holy Grail Ale
Arrogant Bastard, i had to buy the beer named after me.
Also the Game of thrones beers.
Just the name, did you see the label lol?
Both the name and the label did it for me-
Just so it keeps the chug to get drunk crowd away from it!
The one I am drinking now..Thimble Island New Haven Nighthawks Ale...First hockey team I saw live--AHL...Brought the beer just to reminisce about growing up seeing their games.
Hoof Hearted We'll Do It Live
Best can ever.
Brooklyn Black Ops
We just started carrying Muskoka. Love the cream ale and dipa.
on the other end of the spectrum I have a buddy who refuses to drink Oskar Blues Old Chub.....
I don't think I ever technically paid for it but Justin Blabaer always stood out to me as a clever beer name. Pop star, whale beer, and hidden male model hilariousness make for a great beer/label/story...
In recent years, I have bought beers based on names like Ballantine XXX Ale, McSorley's Ale, Rainier Ale, Lord Chesterfield Ale, Genesee 12 Horse Ale, Stegmaier Porter (to name a few) that were nothing like the beers sold under those brand names 30-40 years ago.
Sell outs. Am I right?
Velvet Merkin from Firestone Walker
Smells Like A Safety Meeting from Dark Horse
American Beauty from Dogfish Head
A Deal With The Devil from Anchorage
And they were all good to great beers!
Brew Kettle Dark Helmet. You have to try a beer with a Spaceballs reference! That was the first of many great beers that I have consumed from the Brew Kettle!
Cuvée des trolls. Turned out to be good.
Rince cochon. Also quite alright
Duvel... Devil obviously.
La fin du monde Is also a cool name.
American beer I tried... raging bitch
Uncle Jacob's Stout, because I love BB stouts and I too am an Uncle Jacob, so I splurged in the $12 (!) taster at a beer fest and it was one of the best beer decisions of my life and is now my personal favorite beer.