This Macedonian brewery has three locations in Greece, but unfortunately its name sounds a little too close to a female body part when you say it out loud.
Golden Shower Imperial Pilsner
This Delaware brewery no doubt has some amazing beers, but they might want to look up "golden showers" on Urban Dictionary before naming their Imperial Pilsner.
Buttface Amber Ale
The Ram is a Washington restaurant and brewery that has two rams butting heads as the artwork for their amber ale. So, naturally, "buttface" is the appropriate name for the drink.
Griesedieck might be a fine family name and a delicious beer, but you have to admit that a beer pronounced "greasy dick" sounds a little unsavory.
The Slippery Nipple
This delicious cocktail is made with Baileys Irish Cream and Sambuca. Still, try to keep a straight face when ordering this from a bartender.
Hoppy Ending Pale Ale
The Palo Alto Brewing Company clearly knows what a "happy ending" is, as evidenced by this suggestive and hilarious artwork for their pale ale.
Nothing like some Reindeer Droppings while enjoying a fire on a cold winter's night. At least, that's what Ridgeway Brewing in the UK seems to believe.
Pigs Ass Porter
Harvest Moon Brewing Company sure knows how to name 'em! Who else could conceive of the Pigs Ass Porter?
Angel's Tit is a delicious cocktail of white creme de cacao, cherry liqueur and half-and-half with a cherry on top. You still feel sinful ordering it, though.
Pearl Necklace Oyster Stout
While pearl necklaces are certainly wonderful in the traditional sense, there's also a dirtier and much more urban definition that the Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, Maryland may (or may not) have been aware of.
Nothing says "appetizing beverage" like the term "soft dookie."
Who doesn't love a good mixed drink of peach schnapps and orange juice? It's hard not to envision a furry belly button, though.
St. Austell Brewery in England landed on the adjective "cripple" to describe their "very strong ale." It's still not clear where the "dick" comes in.