That's pretty lame dude...Mustangfreak said:Would Texas Pony Brewery be lame? I'm from Texas, and my main hobby is Ford Mustangs.
Really, I can't imagine brewing in a tree stand. How do you keep the brewing aromas from scaring off the deer?Ratdz said:I decided to name mine Buckhunter Brewery.
I really like to hunt and brew.
I'd prefer the name drunken wasp, but dude it's your beer and still a great idea and besides that,I'd have never thought of it if that wasp hadn't taken a dive. . . did that beer have honey in it?Brewpilot said:Drowning Wasp Brewpub... came to me as I was sipping some home brew with my pastor and a wasp took a dive in my beer... didnt affect the taste much!
Now that's just awesome dude! Outstanding work on the Brewery names!TimBrewz said:Chance of Weather Brewing/ Magic Hour Brewing
When I moved to Portland OR from Santa Cruz CA I quickly learned that no matter the forecast there was always a chance of "weather brewing"-one spring day it was snowing then sunny, then windy and hailing, and sunny again ending with warm rain-all within about 3 hours I wanted a name that had a sense of place and my own play on words kind of humor․ "Pass Stout" is my pride and joy of this brewery
I have a side "project" which is beer brewed only for Fishing Trips- "Magic Hour" came about as the hour or so that great hatches of insects make the trout stupid and easy to catch- this is usually at dusk also so one the crew of guys I fish with said " this could only get better with a beer" and so was born Magic Hour which is almost exclusively a light ale and lager brewery to fit the general tastes of the group and the often hot weather we encounter․ Upstream Gold and Downstream Cream are the two standards I have dialed in
Meow you need to get that name out there. "chicken f***er" lol I love that movie.:fro:Jumbo82 said:We recently got some labels printed with "Bridden's Brew". Its a combination of my girlfriend's last name, Brace, and my last name, Glidden. We'll see if the name sticks. Got the idea from the movie "Super Troopers."
Farva: "Hey, I came up with a great name for our car. Get this. You're Arcot Ramathorn. Ram. And I'm Rod Farva. Rod. Car Ramrod. Car Ramrod. Get it?"
Nice inspiration. Did you consider "Cattle Rustler" for your milk stout?ashleyk said:I've finally decided on "Stick 'Em Up! Brews" for my "brewery" name... pressured by entering a label into a contest, alongside a beer for the contest anyways. My first self-compiled recipe batch is "Sharp Shootin' Milk Stout" and I'm gonna have a cowboy/ old western theme to my beer names. I've been kinda into that kinda stuff lately, and the name actually came from. . . well. . . a pair of underwear I have that say "Stick 'Em Up!" on the back in western font and then a pair of six-shooters on the front. I'm not sure how many people I'm actually going to tell about where that idea came from...
yeah funny thing right after i posted this i was browsing the gabf awards in my all about beer magazine and saw it haha...olllllo said: