Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by RaulMondesi, May 9, 2019.
Not a hard and fast rule and I have been wrong occasionally.
Really? How so?
I just searched "local craft beer in California", and "Local Craft Beer, Tehachapi California" was my first result.
I didn't get that, but you have a point. For me, they did come up as a map result, and things like their Yelp and Instagram came up as results scattered amongst the links generally about beer in California.
Pulled out a list of the 157 US breweries in existence in 1962 ('cause it was a simple 1- 157 list and that was a reasonable number to go through ) and these are the only breweries that were not named after the founder/owner OR the city/state or some similar geographic location name, and a few are somewhat debatable (Atlantic, Northern, Queen City, Lone Star, Buckeye). #1 Lucky Lager Brewing Co. would also go by the generic "General Brewing Co." at times in its existence.
So, about 20% and, obviously, the majority of them are essentially named after their flagship brand (or, maybe, vice versa?).
Just wait until the new one in Lancaster opens up: "Our Town Brewery"
If I were starting one, I'd seriously consider "Beer Brewing Company" just for the raised eyebrows and eye-rolls. Deep fucking eye-rolls.
If it weren't for those crazy Canucks having some strange spelling, it's been done: