Recent homebrewing made me realize that none of these beers have a name, and in general, naming beer is hard. The last two named beers, Shiva's Wit and Black Geese IPA were easy: one because it was indian spices in a belgian-style wit recipe, and the other because it was a blacker, more bitter version of Goose Island's Red Felt.
Upcoming beer schedule:
Belgian Imperial Breakfast Stout w/coffee - bottled
Belgian-style Pale Ale w/Citra and Sorachi Ace hops, honey malt
American Porter (Edmund Fitzgerald-clone)
One idea is that specialty beers - a Wit with fenugreek and cumin, a stout with belgian yeast and coffee, bourbon and oak aged, etc - get named after mythological figures, while the regular beers are named for their inspirations and so on. Labor Day Pale Ale, Black Geese IPA, Shiva's Wit, Dagda's Dram (oak-aged bourbon porter).
Belgian Imperial Breakfast Stout w/coffee - Eos Breakfast Stout?
Belgian-style Pale Ale w/Citra and Sorachi Ace hops -
American Porter -
Recipes for all three will be up soon.