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Old 09-30-2005, 03:53 AM   #1
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Hi all,

I am submitting my recently bottled Pumpkin Ale to a local homebrew tasting and contest. I'm trying to come up with a snazzy name to submit it under. I was thinking Punkin' Chunkin' Ale or maybe Happy "Ale"oween. My brother suggested Jack O' Lager but since it's an ale I just can't go with that. Any opinions or thoughts?

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Old 09-30-2005, 04:46 AM   #2
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Hi all,

I am submitting my recently bottled Pumpkin Ale to a local homebrew tasting and contest. I'm trying to come up with a snazzy name to submit it under. I was thinking Punkin' Chunkin' Ale or maybe Happy "Ale"oween. My brother suggested Jack O' Lager but since it's an ale I just can't go with that. Any opinions or thoughts?

Cheers,
Chris

The Happy "Ale"oween is pretty good....I like that.
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The Great Pumpkin Ale.

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saw one once called PumpKing Ale

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I'd steer clear of that one. Makes me think of vomit to some extent.

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I'd steer clear of that one. Makes me think of vomit to some extent.

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Agreed. Might want to avoid associating your beer with "blowing chunks"
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