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Old 07-15-2010, 11:33 PM   #1
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Default What is the name of your "Brewery"

I've got a few ideas, but nothing is definitive yet. What is the name of your brewery?

I'm not looking to steal anyone's idea I'd just like to know what everyone came up with and why.

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Old 07-15-2010, 11:43 PM   #2
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Plenty of info here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f46/brew...r-story-39937/

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Old 07-15-2010, 11:44 PM   #3
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One of my racing friends dubbed me "Blue Flag Brewing" in honor of the racing flag painted on the hood of my car slightly humorously.



It is a cautionary flag that means "Faster car approaching behind you."

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My wife had some stick-on labels printed for me for our anniversary. She had asked in passing what I would call my beer if I ever retired rich and decided to open a brewpub.. I thought for a bit, and took both my size and surname into account.. I told her "I don't know, hon. Probably 'Fat Woody's.'"

It's stuck now that it's printed on labels.. So that's it.

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Sorry. I did a search and didn't see the thread. Chalk it up to n00b status.
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My wife had some stick-on labels printed for me for our anniversary. She had asked in passing what I would call my beer if I ever retired rich and decided to open a brewpub.. I thought for a bit, and took both my size and surname into account.. I told her "I don't know, hon. Probably 'Fat Woody's.'"

It's stuck now that it's printed on labels.. So that's it.
Haha, nice.
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My wife had some stick-on labels printed for me for our anniversary. She had asked in passing what I would call my beer if I ever retired rich and decided to open a brewpub.. I thought for a bit, and took both my size and surname into account.. I told her "I don't know, hon. Probably 'Fat Woody's.'"

It's stuck now that it's printed on labels.. So that's it.


Nice lol


Right now, I would probably call it Old Fogey's, cause allot of the beer I make is bitter and kind of pissed off like an old man


btw, there is a aged scotch ale named Fat Woody brewed by Silver City Brewery, it is an oak aged version of their already outstanding Fat Scotch ale (formerly fat bastard scotch ale, but had to change the name due to it already being used by an Australian wine)
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Eurus Brewing. Means East Wind God

When I was younger, I swear I used to be able to predict wind gusts and sometimes strange things would happen with winds and such. And the East has a great deal of meaning to me as well. So....I put the two together and used the East wind God.

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Pariah Breweries, because in my fruitless attempts to get my friends involved in brewing I realized that they saw brewing as just one of my "obsessive articles".

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