It’s no secret that I have a love for Twitter that borders on obsession of the Fatal Attraction kind.
I have various criteria for following people. Some I follow because of recommendations from trusted friends, some I follow because I have met them in person, some I follow because they work in my industry — but often times, I just follow people because they have really fun & creative Twitter handles.
I recently took it upon myself to create a list of the most puntastic beer-themed Twitter handles. And yes, puntastic is a “word” according to the only dictionary that matters (Urban Dictionary). And someone even has the @puntastic Twitter handle, which in itself is rather puntastic.
Although I’m certain there are many puntastic Twitter handles out there that I might not know about, here are some of my favorites! Please note that this is NOT a ranked list, Twitter names are listed at random. Also note that the list was chosen SOLELY based on the creativity of the Twitter names, NOT the quality of Twitter posts by the users (heck, some of them barely tweet). However, I can say that most of them are definitely follow worthy, so if you aren’t following anyone on the list, definitely give them a chance!
20 Puntastic Beer-Themed Twitter Handles
Play on the word euphoria. And considering beer’s euphoric effect on the body, the double meaning really works.
Play on the word universal. Something that is existent or operative everywhere or under all conditions. The greatest part about beer is that one can brew it anywhere in the world, making it truly brewniversal.
Play on the word nirvana. A transcendent state of perfect happiness — precisely the state of mind I find myself in after a few beers.
Play on the city New York, New York. If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere. It’s up to you Brew York, NY.
Play on the Star Wars character Chewbacca — the sexiest Wookie in the galaxy. I’ve turned into Brewbacca after a few too many beers. Rrrrrrr-ghghghghgh!
Play on the word mistress. A long-term female lover and companion of beer. What woman doesn’t want this title?
7. @hoptopia & @brewtopia
Play on the word utopia. A world of hops and brews sure sounds like utopia to me. How soon can we get there?
Play on the word operatives. A secret agent, spy, private investigator of beer. The name is Wench, Beer Wench. I’ll take my beer-tini shaken, not stirred.
Play on the word paparazzi. Online photojournalists who specialize in candid photography and exploitation of beer celebrities in 140 characters or less. I’m your biggest fan, I’ll follow you until you love me. Hopa-hoparazzi
Play on the word republic. A form of government in which the supreme power rests with the people — or in this case, beer. I pledge allegiance to this beer…
Play on the word evangelist. One who preaches the gospel of craft beer. Accept Craft Beer as your Lord and Savior and repent your yellow fizzy beer sins!!
Play on the word crop circles. If aliens come to our planet and make hop circles, I’m going with them. TAKE ME TO YOUR BREWER.
Play on the “word” palooza. Urban Dictionary has at least 7 different definitions of the term, but my favorite is a wild crazed out mutha fuckin party that no one will forget. Who doesn’t love the idea of a hopapalooza?
Play on the game cops and robbers. But instead of chasing down robbers, hops are on a mission to tag fizzy yellow beer drinkers, bringing them onto the “good guy” team.
Play on the word orgasm. The moment of most intense pleasure while drinking beer. The beer climax. I think I had a brewgasm just thinking about it.
Play on the TV show title Doctor Who. Who needs human companions when you can explore time and space with a couple of brewskies? Twitter really is bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
Play on the hip hop trio Naughty By Nature. Who’s down with H.O.P.? Yeah you know me.
Not just a play on words, but literally from the sitcom Punky Brewster. Bonus points for the handle being run by a real brewer. Holy Macanoli! Punky Power!
Play on the TV show Blues Clues. The shows goals were to empower, challenge, and build the sell-esteem of preschoolers while entertaining them. Beer works the same way on adults.
Play on the TV show Charlie’s Angels. Good morning, Angels. Good morning, Barley.