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Old 02-23-2009, 01:01 AM   #1
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My girlfriends best friend is getting married in October and they have requested that I brew beer as their wedding gift.....no problem! I have not put together exact recipes yet, I am going to brew a few and tweak them before I finalize. I know for sure it is going to be a sweet (milk) stout, brown ale (probably northern english), and an American wheat. The bride loves stouts, the groom is all about the brown ales, and the wheat will be for everyone else.

I want to have some fun creative names and having some brain farts......So lay them on us!

A buddy of mine who is a tattoo artist will be designing awesome labels to go along with the name...so the more creative and fun the name the better the label.

Cold Feet Wheat, Rejection Stout, Grueling Groom Brown, Bride Briber Stout, Half crown brown......just a few that have been thought of.



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Old 02-23-2009, 01:04 AM   #2
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Game Over Porter.



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Old 02-23-2009, 01:07 AM   #3
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I know you didn't ask for style suggestions, but perhaps brew something like Blue Moon... It's definitely a popular and "accessible" beer for people who are used to BMC. Honeymoon Wheat.

Edit to add... oh... you had the same thought I did.


Maybe also a pale ale for people who are put off by color or cloudiness in their beers. For some people, appearance is everything...

Oh... and about a milk stout... I am guessing you are planning on using lactose? Be very very careful who you serve that too... it could give some folks the runs... I'm not saying milk stouts aren't delicious, but you might want to consider the diversity of the audience on that one...

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Give 'er the Schwarzbier (to be enjoyed on the wedding night)

Ball & Chain Bock

Where's My Dinner, Bitch? Bitter

Dutch Oven Brown

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How about you brew a porter and call it "Edmund Fitzgerald"?


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White Veil Ale
Back-out Milk Stout
Cold Feet Wheat

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Are you going for tounge in cheek humor or romantic ideas?

Love is Sweet Stout (romantic)

Stout night out

Ale we need is love (romantic)

Ale's fair in love & marriage

Beaten Wheat

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Tripped, Stumbled, Fell (fill in the blank)

Fooled Around and Fell in Love (You know Where...)

Third Time Lucky ...

Unveiled Wench Wheat

Bridedoom Brown

Catch as Catch Can Brown

Jailbreak....oh, how about Jailbait Brown???

Captured Live!!!

TV Dinner Again Stout

Who Wears The Pants Now Bitch, Brown

There's also been a lot of "Panty Removers" on the forum over the years...

I like the one you named: " 'The bride loves stouts, the groom is all about the brown ales, and the wheat will be for everyone else' Wheat". Kind of rolls off the tongue and really catchy... Could be a contest at the end of the night...try to say it 3 times fast...

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Holy Matrimony Marzen

White Wedding Wheat

I Do Brew

Make an IPA and call it Hoppily ever After

or make a Honeymoon Cream Ale

or how about a *****whipped Wit

Till Death Do Us Part Pilsner

For Better or Worse Weizen

Cherish Cherry Wheat

For Richer or Poorer Porter

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Are you going for tounge in cheek humor or romantic ideas?

Love is Sweet Stout (romantic)

Stout night out

Ale we need is love (romantic)

Ale's fair in love & marriage

Beaten Wheat
The lady wants to do romantic names, but I am more about the tongue and cheek/fun names....so we are open to all kinds!


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