Even Ten More of the Strangest Beer Names

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“Josef Bierbitzch Golden Pilsner pours to a pale golden color with a light and fizzy head formation and a soft malty nose. The palate is soft and agreeable enough with lots of fresh tasting biscuit malt. There are no adjunct flavors, which is always good as far as I’m concerned, and did enjoy the robust malty flavors here. A light touch of butter is here as is appropriate to a classic Pilsner.”

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The Hairy Eyeball

“New Year’s release for the seasoned beer folks … Big, brown warmer with several types of crystal malt. No actual eyeballs can actually be found in the beer.”

Buffalo Butt

“Rahr’s Buffalo Butt is a smooth, medium-bodied amber lager. Notes of caramel with a sound malt character. Nice hop finish, it’s as smooth as a baby buffalo’s…!”

Horse Piss Beer

“Horse Piss Beer is dedicated to helping others.  A percentage of the sales of the beer and merchandise will be donated to help disabled jockeys and adoption programs for our equine friends.Horse Piss Beer is also dedicated to bringing you a smooth tasting, micro-brewed beer for your drinking pleasure.”

Furthermore Fatty Boombalatty

“The conception and naming of this beer happened in one fell swoop. Unsure whether to offer a light session beer or a fun ball-buster as our warm weather seasonal, it was decided on a beer that would be “a big, fatty boombalatty” version of a Belgian white.”

Fancy Lawnmower

“A true German-style Kölsch. Originally brewed in Cologne, this beer is light yet has a sweet malty body that is balanced by a complex, citrus hop character. Multiple additions of German Hallertauer hops are used to achieve this delicate flavor. We use a special Kölsch yeast, an ale yeast that ferments at lager temperatures, to yield the slightly fruity, clean flavor of this beer. Fancy Lawnmower Beer is a world class brew yet light enough to be enjoyed by Texans after strenuous activities, like mowing the lawn.”

Fat Squirrel Ale

“One deceptively spring like winter day, Brewmaster Dan walked home from the brewery, sat down to dinner and said, “Boy, there are some fat squirrels out there. They’re running all over the place. I think I should brew a Fat Squirrel Nut Brown Ale.” Deb agreed and so another beer legend was born.” 100% Wisconsin malt of six different varieties impart the natural toasted color to this bottle conditioned unfiltered ale. Clean hazelnut notes result from these carefully chosen barley malts. Hops from Slovenia, Bavaria and the Pacific Northwest give Fat Squirrel its backbone.”

Ruben & the Jets

“Tribute to the prolific Frak Zappa. So much yeast, so beautiful. Brownie-colored with ruby tones on the edges. Pretty tan head with OK retention and lacing. Barely translucent.Fruity, spicy and tart all at once. I like the flow of this beer. Sweet on the tongue and tart in the aftertaste. Bitter all throughout. Roasted flavors of coffee and chocolate lead the tasting experience.”


“Hobgoblin is strong in roasted malt with a moderate hoppy bitterness and slight fruity character that lasts through to the end.The ruby red coloured Hobgoblin is full-bodied and has a delicious chocolate toffee malt flavour balanced with a rounded moderate bitterness and an overall fruity character.”

Frosty Knuckle Ale

“Inspired by Blackburn, we introduce Frosty Knuckle Ale, a tribute to men of the sea, barkeeps, and local characters who always have a great story to tell.  Frosty Knuckle Ale is a light to medium bodied, full flavored, German Ale made from German Yeast and Hops. Similar to a light Marzen, Frosty Knuckle Ale is a smooth beer with a dry finish that has you coming back for more 5% ABV. Drink up and enjoy!”