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Beer names for dogs
Most Americans were content to satisfy after-hours thirsts with a traditional lager style beer, such as Miller Light or the King of Beers, Budweiser. Only a small number of people tried Irish ales and stews, such as Killian’s Red or Guinness Dry Irish Stout.
Then came the craft brew boom! With the advent of imported beers and craft beers from around the world, beer lovers now have an apparently endless supply of beer-related pet names for their dogs.
Beer Dog Names: Female
Amber- These full-bodied beers with hints of caramel make a lovely name for a golden or amber coated female dog
Blonde- Blonde beers tend to be very light and have minimal bitterness. If you name your girl dog Blondy, she’ll be a good-natured and playful companion.
Heffewiezen – Wheat beer.
Honey- These creamy styles have hints of caramel and tend to be red in color. Ideal for the Chow Chow, Irish Setter, or Basenji.
Hop-beers tend to be bitter, but they’re not always happy. Hoppie is a cute name for a female terrier breed; Hoppy is a great name for an active male puppy.
Beer-Related Male Dog Names
Amstel – Owned by Heineken, Amstel beer is its low-calorie counterpart and was named for the Amstel river.
Barley – Beer ingredient.
Bomber – 22 Ounce beer.
Bass – Love fishing and drinking beer? Then name your dog Bass after the world’s largest brewing company.
Brand – Dutch Brewery
Bung – Stopper fitted into a cask.
Colt – Combine three loves in one dog name: guns, football and beer. Colt 45 malt liquor was named after the Baltimore Colts running back, Jerry Hill #45.
Crawford – Beamish and Crawford, an Irish Brewery producing stouts and ales.
Doppelbock – A German style lager.
Dunkel – The German name for a dark, malty-style beer.
Foster – Fosters Lager, America’s favorite Australian beer.
Gose – A German-style sour wheat beer.
Grist – malts and grains ready for mashing.
Guinness – Irish Stout
Heineken – America’s most popular Dutch beer.
Hops – Beer ingredient that makes a cute name for an energetic dog.
Irish Moss – Used to clarify beer.
Kolsch – A German beer style in the lager family.
Magnum – 1.5 liter bottle.
Michelob – Brewed since 1896, somehow out of favor with the current beer drinking crowd.
Miller – Miller Genuine Draft beer. Feel the need to play fetch with your dog? Then it’s Miller Time.
Molson – Molson Export, a favorite among Canadian beers.
Moretti – Italian brewing company producing a pale lager, owned by Heineken Breweries.
Murphy – Murphy’s Irish Stout.
Noble – Noble Hops, traditional European hops.
Porter – A dark, almost black, beer. An excellent name for a powerful dark dog breed such as the Doberman, rottweiler or Newfoundland.
Punt – The hollow at the bottom of the bottle.
Stein – Beer Stein or mug.
Trappist – Trappist Monks in Belgium and the Netherlands brew authentic Trappist beer in eleven monasteries spread between the two nations.
75 Types of Hops
- (Mt.) Rainer
- Pilgrim Pilot
- Sorachi Ace
23 Types of Beer
- La Trappe
- Brett (type of yeast)
- Ibu (IBU)
- Abvy (ABV)