1. Poacher’s Moon. Wonderfully British, it captures so much about the beer and creates a wonderful mood. 2. Betty’s Brazilian. The perfect balance of smut and humour. 3. Hadouken. Named after a special move from Street Fighter on the Sega Mega Drive. Geeky but somehow cool. 4. Wot’s Occurring. Makes you want to drive to Barry and shout “Oh!” 5. Proper job. So much is said with just two words. Very powerful and relates nicely to its Cornish roots. 6. Hello my name is Vladimir. Brave? Stupid? Who cares? It’s a wonderful pop at someone who we’d all like to voice our opinions to. 7. Hopscotch – Simple Ronseal type attitude. Seems obvious…once someone has come up with it.
8. Fuzzy Duck. Ah, a jewell of West Sussex – The Gribble Inn is a pub on the outskirts of Chichester and brews a wonderful selection of its own beers. A great name, a great beer and a great drinking game! 9. Pheasant Plucker – A brilliant play on words. love it. 10. Hoppy Ending – Pretty crude but it makes people smile none the less. 11. Apocalypse Cow – The label helps with the name and the strapline…a beer of udder destruction is brilliant too. 12. Rabbid Rabbit – I love the label and that’s half of the humour. Also sounds good in an Elmer Fudd type voice. Credits: SKINNERS, KINGBEER, ST AUSTEL, BREW DOG, THE GRIBBLE, TINY REBEL, GREAT OAKLEY, THREE FLLOYDS, HUNTERS, TEQUESTA