Top 10 funny beer names

In a crowded market it’s no wonder brewers are coming up with increasingly imaginative, humorous or downright rude names for their beers in an attempt to stand out.

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Recently we reported on a viral video sweeping the internet which poked fun at “beer loving hipsters” and their apparent desire to consume beers with the most obscure or bizarre names.

Favourites included the “arrogant bastard”, “pompous a**hole” and the “Christian Bale ale”, ordered by a man dressed as Batman.

It got us thinking what other humorous beer names might be out there.

Scroll through to see our favourites.

(If you know of any others you think deserve a mention please send them into social@thedrinksbusiness.com)

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