My favorite? Raconteur's Stout at the Devil!
Although it fits, we're not sure Vivian is going to go for it... :)
John also came up with Raconteur's I'm a Little Tea Pot
Our other ideas so far have went along with the beer theme:
- There are imperial stouts, coffee stouts, oatmeal stouts, chocolate stouts, milk stouts (sweet or cream stouts), irish stouts, double stouts... There's even oyster stouts. Ick.
- From Wikipedia: "Stouts were traditionally the generic term for the strongest or stoutest porters" :) Also "the history and development of stout and porter are intertwined." And "originally, the adjective stout meant 'proud' or 'brave'."
- Some key words describing stouts: Roasted malts, roasted barleys, dark, strong, toasted, robust, rich, aroma, barrel aged, nutty, toffee, mocha, caramel, full-bodied, heavy, burnt, bittersweet, etc.
- Some actual stout beers: Breakfast Coffee Stout, Kentucky Breakfast Stout, Coffee & Cream Stout, Double Chocolate Stout (John loves to make beer floats with this!), Imperial Brown Stout, Black & Brew Coffee Stout, Atomic Espresso Stout, Black Ops Stout, Black Angel Stout, Bourbon County Brand Stout, Old Rasputin Imperial Stout, Ten Fiddy Imperial Stout, Blackout Stout, Bourbon Imperial Stout, Black Cauldron Imperial Stout, Dolomite Stout, San Quentin's Breakout Stout, Steel Toe Stout, Campfire Coffee Stout, Dark Hops, Iditarod Imperial Stout, Thundermuck Stout, Winter Warlock Oatmeal Stout, Jackass Oatmeal Stout, Chicory Stout
- John calls his home brewery "Stickman"
- The Welsh word for beer is cwrw (pronounced "curu")
But we could also include a Kentucky theme in the beer name. Or a sheep / herding theme. There's not much for agility themes. Maybe a Buckeye / Ohio State theme?
Or how about some theme with beer that also incorporates his parents: Ziva (Raconteur We'll Always Have Paris) and Chase (C-Myste Baledwr Pursuit of Happiness).