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Old 01-31-2013, 06:29 PM   #1
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Default What's your brewery name?

A lot of us have our brewery names in our sigs, but humor me. Tell me your brewery name and the reasoning behind it.

For me it is the Five Missions Brewhouse, named for the five historical Spanish missions in San Antonio. Believe it or not the Alamo is just the most famous of the lot.


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Old 01-31-2013, 06:31 PM   #2
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Did you quote yourself in your signature?


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Old 01-31-2013, 06:33 PM   #3
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Under the Table Brewing Co.

That's where my fermentors sit, under the table in the kitchen. We have a breakfast nook, and don't use that table to eat at and temps stay consistent so that's where the magic happens.
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Small Axe Brewing

Fits my demeanor and relates to the quote in my sig. kind of a 'bigger they are, the harder they fall' idea. anyways...
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VanderHop

Vander is the first part of my last name, and I sure do love me some hops..
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BTB, or beer tunnel brewing. My kegerator is in a kitchen pantry and pumps through the wall. When I was cutting the arched recess for the 4 taps my 3 year old called it a tunnel (obsessed with trains). When I explained it was for Daddy's beer he paused, and said "BEER TUNNEL!"
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Fur & Feather Brewers - I'm a Cubs fan, my buddy is a Cards fan. No fur or feathers go into the making of our beers however.

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Free Beer Company

Politically I'm libertarian, so I wanted something that evinced freedom. I like the double entendre of the political freedom and the fact that I don't sell my beer.

And hey, who doesn't like free beer?
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Speed Hump Brewing Company

My wife and I are big travelers and I've always gotten a kick out of those speed hump road signs. We call them speed bumps in Minnesota. I know, a little childish and immature, but we have fun with it. I keep with the words that might or might not be dirty theme when I name my beers too. They all come from terms on Urban Dictionary.
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Default 70/30 Brewing

70/30 Brewing is what I call myself.
It's because my wife says I have a sarcastic ratio of 70% sarcastic and 30% real.

She even made up a slogan "70/30 Brewing... where the sarcasm runs steep"


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