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Old 06-16-2010, 10:42 PM   #1
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OK, so I've designed my logo and labels.
Name of my brewery is "Elemental Brewing Company" and each of the labels are designed like a periodic table frame.
Keeping with this theme, I would like to come up with names for my beers (all original recipes).
Currently my recipes include the following styles:

Cascadian Dark Ale - tentatively named "Nuclear Maltdown"
All Amarillo AIPA - maybe "Accelerator IPA"???
Belgian Black Strong Ale
India Brown Ale
Belgian Wit
American Pale Ale

any help coming up with creative names would be appreciated!

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Old 06-16-2010, 11:00 PM   #2
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Cascadian Dark Ale - tentatively named "Nuclear Maltdown"
All Amarillo AIPA - maybe "Accelerator IPA"???
Belgian Black Strongtium Ale
Indium Brown Ale
Belgian Wit ..... i got nuthin'
American Paleonium Ale
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Old 06-17-2010, 12:39 AM   #3
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Belgian Wit - Heavy Water or Deuterium Wit or D20

Or even ²H2O (Note, the first 2 should be a superscript).

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Old 06-17-2010, 04:05 AM   #4
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Belgian Black Strongtium Ale
Indium Brown Ale
Belgian Wit ..... i got nuthin'
American Paleonium Ale
Witless Belgian...

Belgian Black Strong Ale: B2Sa...not bad for a guy who only knows that H2O is water and K9P comes from a dog...
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if you're going for the chemistry theme, why not name them after famous chemists or laws?

avogadro's ale? boyle's belgian black?

i dunno, just an idea

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Belgian Black Strong Ale - Bismuth Belgian Ale (It's Heavy Metal!)

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That's a great name as Bismuth looks awesome:

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arsenic sulfide american pale ale.

but of course you must use the chemical formula of arsenic sulfide.

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Pale-anium Ale-genate

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if you're going for the chemistry theme, why not name them after famous chemists or laws?
I'm not neccesarily going for a chemistry theme as much as just a general scientific one.
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