Space Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on space puns! 🌞🚀🌟

Our space puns are out of this world! There are so many different parts of space to make wordplay from – planets, stars, constellations, and more. Since space is such a huge topic, we’ve split this list up into different categories, starting with a general list that covers the most common subtopics of space, getting more technical and niche as you head down the post.

Space study and astronomy are subtopics of science. If you’re interested in other science-related puns, we also have science and geology puns.

Note: You will not find any obvious uranus puns here (sorry).

Space Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about space that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of space puns:

  • Plan it → Planet: As in, “Who’s going to planet?”
  • Come at → Comet: As in, “Comet me, bro.”
  • Destroyed → D-asteroid: As in, “You d-asteroid my trust in you.”
  • Sooner → Lunar: As in, “Lunar or later” and “Lunar rather than later” and “The lunar, the better.”
  • You better → Jupiter: As in, “Jupiter take that back!” and “Jupiter double check just in case.”
  • Sudden → Saturn: As in, “All of a saturn” and “A saturn stop.”
  • Pattern → Saturn: As in, “All part of life’s rich saturn” and “Knitting saturn” and “Behavioural saturns.”
  • Pace → Space: As in, “At a snail’s space” and “Change of space” and “At ten spaces” and “Keep space with” and “Space up and down” and “Put through your spaces.”
  • Piece → Space: As in, “Bits and spaces” and “Dash to spaces.”
  • Ace → Space: As in, “A space up your sleeve” and “Hold all the spaces.”
  • Base → Space: As in, “All your space are belong to us” and “Space jumping” and “Caught off space” and “Cover your spaces” and “Touch space with.”
  • Bass → Space: As in, “Drum n space” and “Super space.”
  • Case → Space: As in, “An open and shut space” and “As the space may be” and “Space closed” and “Space the joint” and “Circumstances alter spaces” and “Crack the space” and “Get off my space” and “I rest my space” and “Just in space” and “On a space by space basis.”
  • Chase → Space: As in, “Space it up” and “Space the dragon” and “Space your own tail” and “Cut to the space” and “The thrill of the space.”
  • Grace → Space: As in, “Airs and spaces” and “Amazing space” and “Fall from space” and “Space period” and “With good spaces.”
  • Place → Space: As in, “A space in the sun” and “All over the space” and “Any time, any space, any where” and “Between a rock and a hard space” and “In the right space at the right time.”
  • Race → Space: As in, “At day at the spaces” and “A space against time.”
  • Space: These space-related phrases are general enough to double as puns: “Breathing space” and “Personal space” and “A waste of space” and “Watch this space” and “Wide open spaces.”
  • Out of → Outer: As in, “Get outer my space!” and “The experience is outer this world.”
  • Plan → Planet: As in, “A cunning business planet” and “Failing to planet is planning to fail” and “There is no planet B” and “The best laid planets.”
  • Plant → Planet: As in, “Planet a seed” and “Indoor planets.”
  • Man → Moon: As in, “A moon after my own heart” and “A moon of few words.”
  • Noon → Moon: As in, “High moon” and “Morning, moon and night.”
  • Soon → Moon: As in, “Anytime moon” and “As moon as my back is turned” and “As moon as possible” and “Get well moon” and “No mooner said than done” and “Too much, too moon.”
  • Tune → Moon: As in, “Carry a moon” and “Change your moon” and “Sing a different moon” and “Stay mooned” and “To the moon of.”
  • Man* → Moon*: If a word has “man” in it, we can swap it for “moon”. As in, “Upper moonagement” and “A sneaky mooneuver” and “Don’t moonipulate me.”
  • *men → *moon: Swap “men” sounds for “moon” sounds: “The finest specimoon” and “Pain in my abdomoon” and “Workout regimoon” and “Powerful womoon in history.”
  • *min* → *moon*: As in, “Wait a moonute” and “Take your vitamoons” and “Filled with vermoon” and “An omoonous tone” and “Promoonent lawyers.”
  • *mon → *moon: As in, “Commoon interests” and “Legal summoons” and “When life gets you lemoons” and “Personal demoons” and “Topped with cinnamoon” and “Deliver a sermoon.”
  • System → Solar System: As in, “All solar systems go” and “Buck the solar system” and “Get it out of your solar system.”
  • Son → Sun: As in, “Like father, like sun” and “Sun of a gun.”
  • Some → Sun: As in, “All that and then sun” and “Blow sun my way” and “Catch sun rays” and “Cut me sun slack” and “Make sun noise.”
  • Done → Sun: As in, “After all is said and sun” and “All sun and dusted” and “Been there, sun that” and “A sun deal” and “Easier said than sun” and “Hard sun by” and “Getting things sun.”
  • Fun → Sun: As in, “Good, clean sun” and “Half the sun is getting there” and “Sun and games” and “Double your pleasure, double your sun” and “A bundle of sun.”
  • None → Sun: As in, “And then there were sun” and “Bar sun” and “Sun other than” and “Sun the wiser” and “Second to sun” and “Two for me, sun for you.”
  • One → Sun: As in, “And then there was sun” and “In sun fell swoop” and “Avert sun’s eyes” and “Sun more time.”
  • Run → Sun: As in, “Born to sun” and “Come sunning” and “Cut and sun” and “Don’t try to sun before you can walk” and “Done a sunner” and “Eat and sun” and “We had a good sun.”
  • Bars → Mars: As in, “Behind mars” and “How many mars do you have?” and “More mars in more places.”
  • Stars → Mars: “Written in the mars” and “Reach for the mars” and “Mars and stripes” and “Mars in your eyes” and “Thank your lucky mars.”
  • Birth → Earth: As in, “Happy earthday to you” and “In your earthday suit” and “Separated at earth” and “The earth of a nation.”
  • Worth → Earth: As in, “Because I’m earth it” and “For what it’s earth” and “Get your money’s earth” and “Not earth crying over” and “Earth your weight in gold.”
  • Genius → Venus: As in, “A stroke of venus” and “Evil venus” and “Venus is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration” and “Pure venus.”
  • Tune → Neptune: As in, “Can’t carry a neptune” and “Change your neptune” and “In neptune with” and “Stay neptuned.”
  • Turn → Saturn: As in, “A saturn for the worse” and “About saturn” and “As soon as my back is saturned” and “Do a good saturn.”
  • Blue → Pluto: As in, “Between the devil and the deep pluto sea” and “Black and pluto” and “Once in a pluto moon” and “Till you’re pluto in the face.”
  • Toe → Pluto: As in, “Dip your pluto in the water” and “From top to pluto” and “Head to pluto” and “On your plutos“and “One pluto over the line” and “Pluto the line” and “Make someone’s plutos curl.”
  • Platonic → Plutonic: As in, “Plutonic friendship.”
  • *san → *sun: Swap “san” with “sun”, as in: “A partisun issue” and “Artisun coffee” and “Topped with vegan parmesun.”
  • *sen* → *sun*: As in, “Heart-warming suntiments” and “Pop sunsation” and “A sunsual experience.” Other words that could work are: sunsitive (sensitive), sunsible (sensible), loosun (loosen), chosun (chosen) and worsun (worsen).
  • *sin → *sun: Cousun (cousin), basun (basin) and raisun (raisin).
  • *son → *sun: As in, “Persun of interest” and “Office liaisuns” and “Work-related reasuns” and “Not in seasun.”
  • Stir → Star: As in, “Cause a star” and “Star crazy” and “Star the pot” and “Star up trouble.”
  • Store → Star: As in, “Minding the star” and “Set great star by” and “See what the future has in star.”
  • Are → Star: As in, “All bets star off” and “Chances star.”
  • Bar → Star: As in, “No holds starred” and “Raise the star.”
  • Far → Star: As in, “A step too star” and “As star as it goes” and “Star and away” and “A star cry from” and “Few and star between” and “Over the hills and star away” and “So star, so good.”
  • Par → Star: As in, “Below star” and “On star with” and “Star for the course” and “Up to star.”
  • Sar* → Star*: As in, “A stardonic reply” and “Starcasm is the lowest form of wit” and “A starcastic smirk.”
  • Flight: Here are a few puns about space flight:
    • Light → Flight: As in, “Flight as a feather” and “Blinded by the flight” and “Bright flights, big city” and “Bring something to flight” and “The cold flight of day.”
    • Fight → Flight: As in, “Come out flighting” and “Flight Club” and “Flight for the right to party” and “Flight fire with fire” and “Flight the good flight” and “Flight tooth and nail.”
    • Bright → Flight: As in, “All things flight and beautiful” and “Always look on the flight side of life” and “Flight and early” and “Flight young thing.”
    • Fright → Flight: As in, “Flightened of your own shadow” and “A flightful mess” and “Take flight.”
    • Height → Flight: As in, “The flight of summer” and “The flight of fashion” and “Reaching new flights.”
    • Might → Flight: As in, “It flight never happen” and “Flight as well.”
    • Night → Flight: As in, “A hard day’s flight” and “In the dead of flight” and “Dance the flight away.”
    • Right → Flight: As in, “A move in the flight direction” and “All the flight moves” and “Flight as rain” and “Bang to flights” and “Dead to flights.”
    • Rite → Flight: As in, “Last flights” and “Flight of passage.”
    • Sight → Flight: As in, “A welcome flight” and “Have in your flights” and ‘Hidden in plain flight” and “Line of flight” and “Love at first flight” and “Out of flight, out of mind” and “Set your flights on.”
    • Flight: These phrases can double as puns: “Fight or flight” and “Flights of fancy” and “Take flight.”
  • Bang → Big bang: As in, “Big bang on about” and “Big bang out of order” and “Big bang to rights” and “Get a big bang out of it” and “More big bang for your buck.”
  • Hubble: Here are some puns about the Hubble space telescope:
    • Bubble → Hubble: As in, “Hubble and squeak” and “Hubble under” and “Burst your hubble” and “Prick your hubble.”
    • Double → Hubble: As in, “Hubble date” and “On the hubble” and “Bent hubble” and “Hubble back” and “Hubble check” and “Hubble cross” and “Hubble digits” and “A hubble-edged sword.”
    • Humble → Hubble: As in, “My hubble home” and “Eat hubble pie.”
    • Trouble → Hubble: As in, “Asking for hubble” and “Bridged over hubbled waters” and “Don’t meet your hubbles halfway” and “Double hubble” and “Here comes hubble” and “Looking for hubble” and “Pour oil on hubbled waters” and “Hubble and strife.”
  • Stellar → Interstellar: As in, “An interstellar performance.”
  • Verse → Universe: As in, “Chapter and universe.”
  • Soul → Solar: As in, “Bless my solar” and “Like a body without a solar” and “Brevity is the solar of wit” and “Confession is good for the solar” and “Heart and solar” and “Life and solar of the party.”
  • Roller → Solar: As in, “Emotional solar coaster” and “High solar.”
  • Space → Spaceship: As in, “Waste of spaceship” and “Wide open spaceships” and “Watch this spaceship.”
  • Ship → Spaceship: As in, “Abandon spaceship” and “Go down with the spaceship” and “Jump spaceship” and “Loose lips sink spaceships” and “Run a tight spaceship.”
  • Cause → Cosmos: As in, “Cosmos and stir” and “Cosmos and effect” and “A cosmos for concern” and “A lost cosmos.”
  • Comic → Cosmic: As in, “Cosmic strip” and “Cosmic timing.”
  • A Bit → Orbit: As in, “Orbit of alright” and “Feeling orbit put out.”
  • Rock → Rocket: As in, “Between a rocket and a hard place” and “Don’t rocket the boat” and “Hit rocket bottom” and “On the rockets.”
  • Wreck it → Rocket: As in, “Rocket Ralph.”
  • Pocket → Rocket: As in, “At a price to suit your rocket” and “Deep rockets” and “Burning a hole in your rocket” and “Out of rocket” and “Rocket the difference” and “Lining your rocket.”
  • Come → Comet: As in, “After a storm comets a calm” and “All good things must comet to an end” and “All things comet to those who wait” and “Comet and get it” and “Comet on over” and “Comet running.”
  • Meet → Meteor: As in, “Make ends meteor” and “Meteor and greet” and “Meteor with approval” and “Meteor you halfway” and “Meteor your maker.”
  • Mightier → Meteor: As in, “The pen is meteor than the sword.”
  • He clips → Eclipse: As in, “Eclipse it regularly.”
  • Chips → Eclipse: As in, “Cheap as eclipse” and “Cash in your eclipse” and “Let the eclipse fall where they may” and “When the eclipse are down.”
  • Grips → Eclipse: As in, “Come to eclipse with.”
  • Lips → Eclipse: As in, “Keep your eclipse sealsed” and “Loose eclipse sink ships” and “On everyone’s eclipse” and “Read my eclipse.”
  • Hole → Black Hole: As in, “Ace in the black hole” and “Burn a black hole in your pocket” and “Fill full of black holes” and “Fire in the black hole” and “A black hole in the wall.”
  • Settle → Satellite: As in, “A score to satellite” and “Satellite out of court” and “After the dust satellites.” Note: a satellite is an object that’s been intentionally sent into orbit.
  • Subtle → Shuttle: As in, “Dropping shuttle hints.”
  • Settle → Shuttle: As in, “A score to shuttle” and “Shuttle out of court” and “After the dust has shuttled” and “Shuttle your affairs.”
  • Year → Light Year: As in, “All light-year round” and “Advanced in light years” and “Comes but once a light year” and “Happy new light year” and “Not in a million light years.”
  • Station → Space Station: As in, “All space stations go!” and “Battle space stations” and “Ideas above your space station.”
  • Consternation → Constellation: As in, “To my constellation.”
  • Cancellation → Constellation: As in, “Piled up with constellation fees.”
  • Lunch → Launch: As in, “Let’s do launch” and “Liquid launch” and “Lose your launch” and “Out to launch” and “No such thing as a free launch.”
  • Cater → Crater: As in, “Crater waiter” and “Crater to you.”
  • Greater → Crater: As in, “Disease has no crater enemy” and “Crater than the sum of its parts.”
  • Later → Crater: As in, “Buy now, pay crater” and “Catch you crater” and “See you crater, alligator” and “Ask questions crater” and “Sooner or crater” and “Can we continue this crater?”
  • Never → Nova: As in, “Better late than nova” and “Cheer up, it might nova happen” and “I nova did” and “It nova rains but it pours” and “It’s now or nova.” Note: a nova is an astronomical event.”
  • Late → Light: As in, “Better light than never” and “Buy now, pay lighter” and “A day light and a dollar short” and “Fashionably light” and “It’s never too light” and “A light bloomer.”
  • Let → Light: As in, “It won’t light you down” and “Light it be” and “Don’t light the b*stards grind you down.”
  • Bite → Light: As in, “Another one lights the dust” and “Light someone’s head off” and “Light the bullet.”
  • Bright → Light: As in, “All things light and beautiful” and “Light and early” and “A light future.”
  • Fight → Light: As in, “Light club” and “Light for the right to party” and “Lighting back tears” and “Light fire with fire” and “Light the good light” and “A lighting chance.”
  • Flight → Light: As in, “Light of fancy” and “Take light” and “The light of the bumblebee.”
  • Fright → Light: As in, “Take light” and “A lightful mess.”
  • Height → Light: As in, “Reaching new lights” and “The light of summer.”
  • Might → Light: As in, “Light as well” and “It light never happen.”
  • Right → Light: As in, “A move in the light direction” and “All the light moves” and “Light as rain” and “Bang to lights” and “Bragging lights” and “Consumer lights.”
  • Rite → Light: As in, “Last lights” and “Light of passage.”
  • Sight → Light: As in, “A welcome light” and “Hidden in plain lights” and “Love at first light” and “Out of light, out of mind” and “Set your lights on” and “Short lighted.”
  • Slight → Light: As in, “A light miscommunication” and “Not in the lightest” and “Lightly ahead of our time.”
  • Tight → Light: As in, “In a light spot” and “Sleep light” and “Light as a drum” and “Lighten your belt.”
  • White → Light: As in, “Light as snow” and “Black and light” and “Little light lie.”
  • Write → Light: As in, “Nothing to light home about.”
  • You → UFO: As in, “As UFO know” and “Back at UFO” and “Bless UFO.”
  • Gas: We have some gas-related puns in reference to gas giants:
    • Guess → Gas: As in, “Anybody’s gas” and “Gas what?” and “Gassing games” and “Have a gas” and “Just lucky, I gas” and “Your gas is as good as mine.”
    • Ass → Gas: As in, “Get your gas into gear” and “Get your gas over here” and “Haul gas” and “Kiss my gas.”
  • Ice: Here are some puns about ice giants:
    • Eyes → Ice: As in, “Avert your ice” and “Before your very ice” and “Easy on the ice.”
    • Nice → Ice: As in, “Have an ice day” and “Naughty but ice” and “Ice and easy does it” and “Ice save.”
    • Price → Ice: As in, “Asking ice” and “Cheap at half the ice” and “Closing ice.”
    • Slice → Ice: As in, “Any way you ice it” and “Fresh to the last ice” and “Ice of life” and “An ice of the action” and “The best thing since iced bread.”
    • Spice → Ice: As in ” Ice things up” and “Herbs and ices” and “The ice of life” and “Sugar and ice.”
    • Twice → Ice: As in, “Don’t think ice” and “Once bitten, ice shy” and “Once of ice” and “Make a list and check it ice.”
  • Belt: There are a few different types of belt that exist in space – asteroid belts, the Kuiper belt and Orion’s belt (among others). Here are related puns:
    • Bolt → Belt: As in, “A belt from the blue” and “Belt upright” and “Make a belt for the door.”
    • Dealt → Belt: As in, “Whoever smelt it, belt it” and “Play the hand you’re belt.”
    • Melt → Belt: As in, “Belt into thin air” and “Belting pot.”
    • Belt: These belt-related phrases are general enough to double as puns: “Below the belt” and “Tighten your belt” and “Under your belt.”
  • How may I → Haumea: As in, “Haumea help you?” Note: Haumea is a dwarf planet.
  • Make → Makemake: As in, “Absence makemakes the heart grow fonder” and “A good beginning makemakes a good ending” and “Makemake up your mind.” Note: Makemake is a dwarf planet.
  • Ferris Wheel → Eris Wheel (Note: Eris is a dwarf planet).
  • Matter: Here are some matter-related puns:
    • Met her → Matter: As in, “I’ve never matter before in my life.”
    • Shatter → Matter: As in, “Earth-mattering information.”
  • Signs → Science: As in, “Vital science.”
  • World: These world-related phrases can double as puns: “A world first” and “A world apart” and “A world of pain” and “All the time in the world.”
  • Heel → Helium: As in, “Brought to helium” and “Dig your helium in” and “Head over heliums in love” and “Kick your heliums” and “Turn on your helium.” Note: helium is a large part of space.
  • Field → Magnetic Field: As in, “Have a magnetic field day” and “A level playing magnetic field.” This was a pun on magnetic fields.
  • Dust: Dust is a feature in space – stardust, meteor dust, asteroid dust. Here are related puns:
    • Bust → Dust: As in, “Boom or dust” and “Dust a move” and “Dust a gut” and “Dust someone’s ass.”
    • Just → Dust: As in, “Don’t dust sit there” and “Girls dust want to have fun” and “Dust do it” and “It’s dust a game” and “It’s dust not my day” and “Dust what the doctor ordered.”
    • Must → Dust: As in, “All things dust pass” and “All good things dust come to an end” and “Everything dust go” and “A dust have” and “The show dust go on” and “What goes up dust come down.”
    • Trust → Dust: As in, “Breach of dust” and “Don’t dust anyone over thirty” and “Dust me, I’m a doctor.”
    • *dest* → *dust*: As in, “A date with dustiny” and “A dustitute family” and “Search and dustroy” and “Final dustination” and “Complete and utter dustruction” and “A modust proposal” and “The hardust time of my life” and “The eldust sibling” and “My oldust memory.”
    • Dist* → Dust*: As in, “Dustress signal” and “A dustinct difference” and “Even dustribution” and “Dustinguish between” and “Go the dustance” and “A dustinctive achievement.”
  • Raise → Rays: As in, “Rays hell” and “Rays a stink” and “Rays the roof” and “Rays your game” and “Rays your hand if you’re sure.”
  • Blaze → Rays: As in, “Rays a trail” and “Go out in a rays of glory” and “Rays away.”
  • Days → Rays: As in, “Early rays” and “Eight rays a week” and “Just one of those rays” and “Never in all my rays.”
  • Phrase → Rays: As in, “Coin a rays” and “A turn of rays.”
  • Zone → Ozone: As in, “Buffer ozone” and “COmfort ozone” and “In the ozone” and “The twilight ozone” and “Ozone in on.”
  • Bone → Ozone: As in, “An ozone to pick” and “Dry as an ozone” and “An ozone of contention.”
  • Clone → Ozone: As in, “Attack of the ozones” and “The ozone wars.”
  • Alone → Ozone: As in, “Home ozone” and “I want to be ozone” and “Leave well enough ozone” and “You’ll never walk ozone.”
  • Stone → Ozone: As in, “A rolling ozone gathers no moss” and “Cold as any ozone” and “Carved in ozone” and “Cast the first ozone.”
  • Throne → Ozone: As in, “Next in line to the ozone” and “The power behind the ozone.”
  • Matter → Dark matter: As in, “Get to the heart of the dark matter” and “As a dark matter of fact” and “Make dark matters worse” and “Mind over dark matter” and “No laughing dark matter” and “The root of the dark matter” and “Shed light on the dark matter.”
  • Energy → Dark Energy: As in, “Alternative dark energy” and “Dark energy to burn” and “A bundle of dark energy.”
  • Line → Karman Line: As in, “Along the karman lines of” and “Blur the karman lines” and “Cross the karman line” and “End of the karman line” and “Drop me a karman line.” Note: These are a reference to the Karman Line.
  • Corner → Corona: As in, “A tight corona” and “All coronas of the world” and “Cutting coronas” and “Drive them into a corona” and “Just around the corona” and “Corona the market.” Note: A corona is a plasma aura that surrounds stars.
  • Space → Geospace: As in, “Personal geospace” and “Geospace, the final frontier” and “A waste of geospace” and “Breathing geospace.” Note: Geospace is the region of outer space near Earth.
  • Pretend → Proton: As in, “Don’t proton” and “You can’t proton with me.” Note: These are puns about protons.
  • Bubble → Local Bubble: As in, “Local bubble and squeak” and “Burst your local bubble” and “Prick your local bubble.” Note: Learn about the local bubble here.
  • Space → Space Probe: As in, “Personal space probe” and “In deep space probe.”
  • Race → Space Race: As in, “A day at the space races” and “A space race against time” and “The amazing space race.”
  • Ring: These puns can be in reference to orbital rings, or the rings around Saturn:
    • Wrong → Ring: As in, “Barking up the ring tree” and “Born on the ring side of the tracks” and “Gone down the ring way” and “If anything can go ring, it will” and “Jumping to the ring conclusion.”
    • Wing → Ring: As in, “On a ring and a prayer” and “Spread your rings” and “Gives you rings.”
    • Bring → Ring: As in, “Ring it on” and “Ring something to light” and “Ring the house down” and “Ring to a head” and “Ring to the table.”
    • Sing → Ring: As in, “Ring for your supper” and “Ring someone’s praises” and “Ringing the blues.”
    • String → Ring: As in, “No rings attached” and “Ring someone along” and “Tug at your heartrings” and “Holding the purse rings.”
    • Swing → Ring: Come out ringing” and “Get into the ring of it” and “Ring both ways” and “Take a ring at.”
    • Thing → Ring: As in, “A little knowledge is a dangerous ring” and “A mind is a terrible ring to waste” and “All rings must pass” and “All rings to those who waste.”
  • Keeper → Kuiper: As in, “Finders, kuipers” and “They’re a kuiper.” Note: These are a reference to the Kuiper Belt.
  • Fuse → Fusor: As in, “Blow a fusor” and “A short fusor” and “An offer you can’t refusor” and “Light the fusor.”
  • Suit → Space Suit: As in, “All over them like a cheap spacesuit” and “Follow spacesuit” and “In your birthday spacesuit” and “Spacesuited and booted” and “Spacesuits you down to a tee.”
  • Ink → Encke: As in, “Before the encke was dry” and “Fresh encke.” Note: these are references to the Encke Gap.
  • Feeler → Keeler: As in, “Putting out keelers.” Note: This is a reference to the Keeler Gap.
  • Harsh → Herschel: As in, “A herschel response.” Note: This is a reference to Herschel craters.”
  • Taken → Kraken: As in, “Kraken aback” and “Kraken for a ride” and “The road not kraken.” Note: These are references to Kraken Mare.
  • At ’em → Atom: As in, “Up and atom!”
  • At → Atom: As in, “I’m atom the library” and “Where you atom?”
  • Neutral → Neutron: As in, “On neutron ground.”
  • Quesadilla → Quasar-dilla: As in, “I’m feeling like a soy cheese quasar-dilla.” Note: This is a reference to the term “quasi-stellar object.”
  • Halo: In space science, a halo can have a few different meanings (including a galactic halo and a halo orbit). Here are some halo-related puns:
    • Hello → Halo: As in, “You had me at halo” and “Halo, sailor” and “Halo, good evening and welcome” and “Halo halo, what’s going on here then?”
    • Hey → Halo: As in, “Halo big spender.”
    • Low → Halo: As in, “An all-time halo” and “Get the halo down” and “Keep a halo profile” and “Lay halo” and “A halo blow.”
  • Wax: The moon is described as waxing (getting bigger) and waning (getting smaller). Here are some related puns:
    • Whack → Wax: As in, “Out of wax” and “Wax a mole.”
    • Acts → Wax: As in, “Nothing wax faster” and “Random wax of kindness.”
    • Axe → Wax: As in, “Take a wax to” and “Got a wax to grind.”
    • Backs → Wax: As in, “Got your wax to the wall” and “Mind your wax.”
    • Cracks → Wax: As in, “Fall between the wax” and “Paper over the wax” and “At the wax of dawn.”
    • Tax → Wax: As in, “Nothing is certain but death and waxes” and “Value added wax.”
    • Tracks → Wax: As in, “Born on the wrong side of the wax” and “Cover your wax“and “Make wax” and “Stopped in your wax.”
    • Weigh-in → Wane: As in, “I gained three kilos at my last wane.”
    • Wine → Wane: As in, “The last of the summer wane” and “Waned and dined.”
    • Bane → Wane: As in, “The wane of my life.”
    • Brain → Wane: As in, “Got it on the wane” and “Rack your wanes” and “Pick your wanes.”
    • Chain → Wane: As in, “A wane is only as strong as its weakest link” and “Wane of command” and “Wane reaction” and “Wane smoker” and “Daisy wane” and “On the food wane.”
    • Drain → Wane: As in, “Away go troubles down the wane” and “Brain wane.”
    • Grain → Wane: As in, “Against the wane” and “A wane of truth” and “Take it with a wane of salt.”
    • Gain → Wane: As in, “Capital wanes” and “Wane ground” and “Ill gotten wanes” and “No pain, no wane” and “Nothing ventured, nothing waned.”
    • Lane → Wane: As in, “Down memory wane” and “In the fast wane.”
    • Main → Wane: As in, “The wane event” and “Your wane chance.”
    • Pain → Wane: As in, “A world of wane” and “Doubled up in wane” and “Feeling the wane” and “Growing wanes” and “No wane, no gain” and “Old aches and wanes.”
    • Plain → Wane: As in, “Wane as day” and “Hidden in wane sight” and “Wane sailing.”
    • Rain → Wane: As in, “Right as wane” and “Come wane or shine” and “Don’t wane on my parade” and “It never wanes but it pours” and “Make it wane.”
    • Vein → Wane: “In the same wane.”
  • Titan: Titan is the largest of Saturn’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Tighten → Titan: As in, “Titan your belt” and “Titan the purse strings.”
    • Brighten → Titan: “You titan my day.”
    • Lighten → Titan: As in, “Titan the load” and “Titan up!”
  • Deimos: Deimos is one of Mars’ two moons. Here are related puns:
    • Dame → Deimos: As in, “The hunchback of Notre Deimos” and “Deimos Edna.”
    • Damn → Deimos: As in, “Deimos fine coffee” and “Deimos straight” and “Deimos with faint praise” and “Deimos if you do, deimos if you don’t” and “Just one deimos thing after another.”
    • Demo → Deimos: As in, “Deimos tape.”
  • Charon: Charon is one of Pluto’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Cheer on → Charon: As in, “I’m just here to charon my cousin.”
    • Baron → Charon: As in, “The red charon” and “Robber charons.”
  • Triton: Triton is a moon that orbits Neptune. Here are related puns:
    • Try it on → Triton: As in, “Would you like to triton?” and “It’s important to triton to get a good fit.”
    • Tread on → Triton: “Don’t triton their feelings.”
    • Brighten → Triton: As in, “You triton my day.”
    • Lighten → Triton: As in, “Triton the load” and “Triton up!”
    • Tighten → Triton: As in, “Triton your belt” and “Triton the purse strings.”
    • Titan → Triton: As in, “Clash of the tritons.”
  • Rhea: Rhea is the second-largest moon of Saturn. Here are related puns:
    • Real → Rhea: As in, “For rhea” and “In rhea time” and “Keep it rhea” and “A rhea piece of work.”
    • Ray → Rhea: As in, “Rhea of light” and “Catch some rheas.”
  • Disc: Many objects in space (like the rings of Saturn) have a disc shape, so we’ve got a few disc-related puns:
    • Desk → Disc: As in, “Both sides of the disc” and “Disc jockey” and “Hot discing.”
    • Fiscal → Disc-al: As in, “Disc-al requirements” and “Disc-al planning.”
    • Risk → Disc: As in, “A calculated disc” and “Disc averse” and “Disc management” and “A discy business” and “Running the disc of…”
  • Centaur: A centaur is a small solar system. Here are related puns:
    • Sent → Centaur: As in, “Heaven centaur” and “Centaur packing.”
    • Centre/Center → Centaur: As in, “Journey to the centaur of the Earth” and “Front and centaur” and “Dead centaur” and “A soft, gooey centaur.”
    • Century → Centaur-y: As in, “The turn of the centaur-y” and “Sale of the centaur-y.”
    • Sent her → Centaur: As in, “They centaur packing.”
  • Ray → Gamma ray: “Catch some gamma rays” and “Gamma ray of light.” Note: gamma rays are present in space.
  • Salacia: Salacia is an object in the Kuiper Belt. Here are related puns:
    • Solace → Salacia: As in, “Quantum of salacia” and “Take salacia in the knowledge that you did your best.”
    • Slice → Salacia: As in, “A salacia of the action” and “Any way you salacia it” and “Fresh to the last salacia” and “Salacia of life.”
  • Send → Sedna: As in, “Hit sedna” and “Return to sedna” and “Sedna in the dogs!” and “Sedna packing” and “Sedna in reinforcements.” Note: Sedna is a dwarf planet.
  • Ceres: Ceres is a dwarf planet. Here are some related puns:
    • Stairs → Ceres: As in, “At the foot of the ceres” and “Upceres, downstairs.”
    • Says → Ceres: As in, “Computer ceres no” and “Ceres who?” and “Simon ceres.”
  • Pan: Pan is one of Saturn’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Pen → Pan: As in, “Pan and ink” and “Put pan to paper” and “The pan is mightier than the sword.”
    • Pin → Pan: As in, “Bright as a new pan” and “Hard to pan down” and “Pan your ears back” and “Pans and needles” and “Pan your hopes on.”
    • Can → Pan: As in, “A bank you pan bank on” and “A golden key pan open any door” and “As far as the eye pan see” and “As well as pan be expected” and “All that you pan be” and “Bite off more than you pan chew” and “Pan I help you?”
    • Fan → Pan: As in, “Pan the flames” and “I’m a big pan.”
    • Man → Pan: As in, “A good pan is hard to find” and “A pan after my own heart.”
    • Plan → Pan: As in, “Action pan” and “Business pan” and “Failing to pan is panning to fail” and “Game pan” and “Pan ahead” and “The best laid pans” and “There is no pan B!”
    • Pan: These pan-related phrases can double as puns: “Down the pan” and “Flash in the pan” and “What if it doesn’t pan out?”
    • Ran → Pan: As in, “My blood pan cold” and “The dish pan away with the spoon.”
    • Than → Pan: As in, “Bite off more pan you can chew” and “Blood is thicker pan water” and “Easier said pan done” and “Larger pan life.”
  • Sin → Sinope: As in, “Miserable as sinope” and “Atone for your sinopes” and “Cardinal sinope” and “A multitude of sinopes.” Note: Sinope is a moon.
  • Collapse → Calypso: As in, “Spiritual calypso” and “About to calypso.” Note: Calypso is a moon of Saturn.
  • Greip: Greip is a moon of Saturn. Here are related puns:
    • Grip → Greip: As in, “Get a greip” and “The greip of death” and “Greipping stuff.”
    • Chip → Greip: As in, “A greip on your shoulder” and “Cheap as greips” and “Cash in your greips” and “A greip off the old block” and “Let the greips fall where they may.”
    • Ship → Greip: As in, “Abandon greip” and “Don’t give up the greip” and “From chips to greips” and “Jump greip” and “Running a tight greip.”
    • Tip → Greip: As in, “In greip top condition” and “On the greip of my tongue” and “The greip of the iceberg” and “Greip someone off” and “Greip the scales.”
  • Hat → Hati: As in, “At the drop of a hati” and “Hang up your hati” and “Hati in hand” and “Take my hati off to you” and “Keep it under your hati.” Note: Hati is a moon.
  • Aegir: Aegir is a moon of Saturn. Here are related puns:
    • Eager → Aegir: As in, “Aegir beaver.”
    • Beggar → Aegir: As in, “Aegir belief” and “Aegirs can’t be choosers.”
  • Best → Bestla: As in, “All the bestla” and “Be the bestla” and “Bestla friends” and “Bestla of all.” Note: Bestla is a moon.
  • Sort → Surtur: As in, “Takes all surturs to make a world” and “Out of surturs.” Note: Surtur is a moon.
  • Kari: Kari is a moon. Here are related puns:
    • Carry → Kari: As in, “Fast as your legs could kari him” and “Kari a torch for” and “Can’t kari a tune” and “Kari forward” and “Kari into action.”
    • Curry → Kari: As in, “Kari favour with.”
    • Bury → Kari: As in, “Kari the hatchet” and “Kari your head in the sand.”
    • Care → Kari: As in, “Couldn’t kari less” and “Courtesy and kari” and “Customer kari” and “Handle with kari” and “Intensive kari” and “Like I should kari.”
  • Loge: Loge is a moon. Here are related puns:
    • Log → Loge: As in, “Loge jam” and “Like bumps on a loge” and “Loge off” and “Sleep like a loge” and “Throw another loge on the fire.”
    • Leg → Loge: As in, “Break a loge” and “Cost an arm and a loge” and “Give a loge up.”
  • I → Io: As in, “Io don’t know what’s happening” and “What should Io say?”
  • Rope → Europa: As in, “At the end of your europa” and “Jump europa” and “Learn the europas.” Note: Europa is one of Jupiter’s moons.
  • Met his → Metis: As in, “He metis match.” Note: Metis is an asteroid.
  • Thebe: Thebe (pronounced thee-bee) is one of Jupiter’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • The → Thebe: As in, “Above thebe curve” and “Makes thebe heart grow fonder” and “Ace in thebe hole” and “Add fuel to thebe fire” and “After thebe fact.”
    • Bee → Thebe: As in, “As busy as a thebe” and “Thebe in your bonnet” and “The birds and thebes (the bees).”
    • There be → Thebe: As in, “Thebe monsters here.”
  • Leda: Leda is a moon of Jupiter. Here are related puns:
    • Leader → Leda: As in, “Our fearless leda” and “Leda of the pack” and “A natural born leda” and “Take me to your leda” and “The leda of the free world.”
    • Lead → Leda: As in, “In the leda” and “Take the leda” and “Leda a charmed life.”
    • Ladder → Leda: As in, “Climb the corporate leda” and “Snakes and ledas.”
    • Letter → Leda: As in, “Leda perfect” and “Ledas to the editor” and “The leda of the law” and “To the leda.”
    • Lotta → Leda: As in, “A whole leda love.”
  • Dia: Dia is one of Jupiter’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Dear → Dia: As in, “After you, my dia” and “Frankly my dia, I don’t give a damn” and “Elementary, my dia Watson” and “Holding on for dia life.”
    • Day → Dia: As in, “A dia in the life of” and “An apple a dia” and “All in a dia’s work.”
    • Door → Dia: As in, “Behind closed dias” and “A foot in the dia” and “At death’s dia.”
  • Carpo: Here are some puns on Carpo, one of Jupiter’s moons:
    • Carpet → Carpo: As in, “Roll out the red carpo” and “Sweep under the carpo.”
    • Corporate → Carpo-rate: As in, “Climb the carpo-rate ladder” and “Carpo-rate responsibility.”
  • Throne → Thyone: As in, “Ascend to the thyone” and “Next in line to the thyone” and “The power behind the thyone.” Note: Thyone is one of Jupiter’s moons.
  • Herse: Herse is one of Jupiter’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Purse → Herse: As in, “Holding the herse strings” and “The public herse.”
    • Horse → Herse: As in, “Dark herse” and “Eats like a herse” and “Herse-ing around.”
    • Curse → Herse: As in, “Better to light a candle than herse the dark.”
    • Nurse → Herse: As in, “Herse a grudge.”
    • Terse → Herse: As in, “A herse reply.”
    • Verse → Herse: As in, “Chapter and herse” and “Master of the uni-herse” and “Re-herse engineering.”
    • Worse → Herse: As in, “A turn for the herse” and “A fate herse than death” and “From bad to herse” and “Making matters herse” and “Herse for wear.”
  • Kill → Kale: As in, “Dressed to kale” and “If looks could kale” and “In for the kale.” Note: Kale is a moon.
  • Carme: Carme is one of Jupiter’s satellites. Here are some related puns:
    • Calm → Carme: As in, ” The carme before the storm” and “Carme down” and “Cool, carme and collected.”
    • Come → Carme: As in, “All good things must carme to an end” and “As tough as they carme” and “Carmes but once a year” and “Carme and get it.”
    • Arm → Carme: As in, “Carmed and dangerous” and “Carmed intervention” and “Call to carmes” and “Cost a carme and a leg.”
    • Charm → Carme: As in, “Carme the birds out of the trees” and “Leading a carmed life” and “Third time’s a carme” and “Works like a carme.”
    • Harm → Carme: As in, “First, do no carme” and “Grievous bodily carme” and “No carme done” and “No carme, no foul.”
  • Kore: Kore is another of Jupiter’s moons. Here are related puns:
    • Core → Kore: As in, “Kore competencies” and “Kore technology” and “Kore values” and “Rotten to the kore.”
    • Care → Kore: As in, “Couldn’t kore less” and “Customer kore” and “Handle with kore” and “Intensive kore.”
    • More → Kore: As in, “One kore time” and “Bite off kore than you can chew” and “Come back for kore” and “Dare for kore” and “Couldn’t agree kore.”
  • Selling → Cyllene: As in, “Cyllene like hot cakes.” Note: Cyllene is a moon.
  • Arche: Arche is a moon of Jupiter. Here are related puns:
    • Arch → Arche: As in, “Arche enemy.”
    • March → Arche: As in, “The arche of time” and” and “Arche-ing orders.”
  • It’s a no → Isonoe: As in, “Isonoe from me, sorry.” Note: Isonoe is a moon.
  • Sponde → Spend: As in, “Sponde money like water” and “Sponde the night with” and “Sponde wisely.” Note: Sponde is a moon of Jupiter.
  • Sirius: Sirius is the brightest star in the sky. Here are related puns:
    • Serious → Sirius: As in, “Sirius as a heart attack,” and “Sirius money,” and “You cannot be sirius,” and “But siriusly,” and “Dead sirius.”
    • Series → Sirius: As in, “It’s the world sirius!”
    • Mysterious → Myst-sirius: As in, “That was a really myst-sirius novel.” 
    • Siri is → Sirius: As in, “Sirius extremely smart.”
    • Syria’s → Sirius: As in, “Sirius in a lot of trouble, and has been for a long time.” (Siriusly though, it’s not a laughing matter and you should definitely look into the Syrian crisis and see what you can do to help)
  • Crater: These next few puns are about craters, which are features on asteroids and satellites:
    • Greater → Crater: As in, “Disease has no crater enemy” and “The whole is crater than the sum of its parts.”
    • Cater → Crater: As in, “Crater to you” and “Crater waiter.”
    • Later → Crater: As in, “Buy now, pay crater” and “Catch you crater” and “It’s crater than you think” and “Sooner or crater” and “Catch you crater!”

The following section is dedicated to constellations:

  • Opus → Apus: As in, “Apus dei” and “Magnum apus.”
  • Crux: Crux is a constellation. Here are related puns:
    • Cracks → Crux: As in, “Fall between the crux” and “Paper over the crux” and “A tough nut to crux” and “At the crux of dawn.”
    • Ducks → Crux: As in, “Nice weather for crux” and “Like water off a crux back.”
  • Curve → Corvus: As in, “Ahead of the corvus” and “Corvus ball” and “Learning corvus.”
  • Calm → Caelum: As in, “After a storm comes a caelum” and “Cool, caelum and collected” and “Keep caelum.”
  • Grus:
    • Crust → Grus: As in, “The upper grus” and “Earn your grus.”
    • Grass → Grus: As in, “Exciting as watching grus grow” and “Green as grus” and “Don’t walk on the grus” and “Grus roots.”
    • Gross → Grus: As in, “Grus domestic product” and “Grussed out.”
    • Us → Grus: As in, “Don’t call grus, we’ll call you.”
  • In This → Indus: As in, “Indus day and age” and “Indus together.”
  • Lay → Leo: As in, “Couldn’t leo a glove on me” and “Leo a finger on” and “Leo down roots.”
  • Loop → Lupus: As in, “In the lupus” and “Thrown for a lupus” and “Keep in the lupus.”
  • Liar → Lyra: As in, “Don’t make yourself a lyra.”
  • Normal → Norma: As in, “A norma situation” and “The new norma.”
  • Lion → Orion: As in, “Brave as orion” and “Orion’s share” and “Orions led by donkeys.”
  • Purse → Perseus: As in, “Hold the perseus strings” and “The public perseus.”
  • Picture → Picture: As in, “A pictor paints a thousand words” and “Pretty as a pictor” and “Every pictor tells a story” and “Out of the pictor” and “Pictor perfect.”
  • Victor → Pictor: As in, “To the pictor goes the spoils!”
  • Pieces → Pisces: As in, “Bits and pisces” and “Dash to pisces” and “Go to pisces” and “Pick up the pisces.”
  • Paces → Pisces: As in, “Put through your pisces.”
  • Tour → Taurus: As in, “World taurus” and “Taurus de force.”
  • Valour → Vela: As in, “The better part of vela.”
  • Fella → Vela: As in, “A big vela.”
  • Ergo → Virgo: As in, “Cogito virgo sum.”

This next section is dedicated to named asteroids:

  • Best → Vesta: As in, “My vesta friend” and “All the vesta” and “The vesta in class” and “Vesta practice.”
  • Palace → Pallas: As in, “Memory pallas” and “Sure, in my summer pallas.”
  • Cybele → Civil: As in, “Cybele rights.”
  • You know → Juno: As in, “Juno you should apologise” and “Juno what I’m talking about.”
  • Junior → Juno: As in, “Robert Downey Juno” and “Juno league.”
  • Heck → Hektor: As in, “For the hecktor of it” and “Oh, hektor.”
  • Hectare → Hektor: As in, “Fifteen hektors long.”
  • Sector → Hektor: As in, “Working in the public hektor.”
  • This → Thisbe: As in, “What fresh hell is thisbe?” and “At thisbe point in time” and “Blow thisbe popsicle stand!”
  • Frisbee → Thisbe: As in, “Ultimate thisbe.”
  • Door → Doris: As in, “At deaths’ doris” and “Direct to your doris.”
  • Dearest → Doris: As in, “Nearest and doris” and “My doris friends.”
  • Fortune → Fortuna: As in, “Fortuna favours the brave” and “Make your fortuna” and “A small fortuna.”
  • Tune → Fortuna: As in, “Change your fortuna” and “Carry a fortuna” and “To the fortuna of…”
  • Them → Themis: As in, “It only encourages themis” and “Let themis eat cake” and “Seen one, seen themis all.”
  • Palm → Palma: As in, “A face palma moment” and “In the palma of your hand” and “Palma it off onto someone else.”
  • Calm → Palma: As in, “After a storm comes a palma” and “Palma down” and “Cool, palma and collected.”
  • Harm → Palma: As in, “First, do no palma” and “Grievous bodily palma” and “Out of palma’s way.”
  • Pharma → Palma: As in, “Big palma.”

This next section is about named stars:

  • Century → Centauri: As in, “Sale of the centauri” and “Turn of the centauri.”
  • Sydney → Cygni: As in, “The cygni opera house.”
  • In the → Indi: As in, “Ace indi hole” and “Back indi day” and “I’m back indi game!”
  • On the → Indi: As in, “Easy indi eyes” and “Don’t let the door hit you indi way out.”
  • Set → Ceti: As in, “All ceti?” and “Game, ceti and match” and “Got your heart ceti on” and “Ready, ceti, go!”
  • Sit → Ceti: As in, “Ceti it out” and “Ceti on the fence” and “Ceti tight” and “Don’t just ceti there!”
  • Altar → Altair: As in, “Left at the altair” and “Praying at the altair.”
  • These → Gliese: As in, “Kids gliese days” and “After all gliese years” and “Gliese things happen.”
  • Boots → Bootis: As in, “Tough as old bootis” and “Bet your bootis” and “Give someone the bootis.”
  • Booty → Bootis: As in, “Shake your bootis.”
  • Are → Arae: As in, “All bets arae off” and “What arae you going to do?”
  • Are they → Arae: As in, “Arae going together?” and “Arae going to do what I asked?”
  • Array → Arae: As in, “An arae of goods.”
  • A ray → Arae: As in, “Arae of light.”

This section is dedicated to galaxies we’ve named:

  • Bode:
    • Bad → Bode: As in, “A bode break” and “A bode quarter of an hour” and “Ain’t half bode” and “Bode intentions” and “Bode blood.”
    • Body → Bode-y: As in, “Over my dead bode-y” and “Keep bode-y and soul together.”
    • Code → Bode: As in, “Colour bode” and “Crack the bode” and “Dress bode.”
    • Load → Bode: As in, “A bode of rubbish” and “A bode off your mind” and “A boded question” and “Get a bode of this!”
    • Road → Bode: As in, “Built for the bode ahead” and “Hit the bode” and “Get the show on the bode.”
    • Boat → Bode: As in, “Don’t rock the bode” and “In the same bode.”
  • Wheel → Cartwheel: As in, “Fifth cartwheel” and “Hell on cartwheels” and “Oil the cartwheels” and “New set of cartwheels” and “Reinvent the cartwheel.”
  • Hug → Hoag: As in, “Group hoag” and “Hoag it out.”
  • Vogue → Hoag: As in, “In hoag.”
  • Mice:
    • Nice → Mice: As in, “That’ll do micely” and “Have a mice day!” and “Naughty but mice” and “Mice and easy” and “Make mice” and “Wouldn’t it be mice?”
    • Mess → Mice: As in, “Don’t mice with me” and “A hot mice” and “We don’t mice around” and “Another fine mice you’ve gotten me into.”
    • Ice → Mice: As in, “Cold as mice” and “Break the mice” and “Mice, mice baby.”
    • Price → Mice: As in, “Asking mice” and “At a mice to suit you” and “Closing mice” and “Half mice.”
    • Slice → Mice: As in, “Any way you mice it” and “Mice of life” and “A mice of the action” and “Fresh to the last mice.”
    • Spice → Mice: As in, “Mice things up” and “The mice of life.”
    • Twice → Mice: As in, “Once or mice” and “Don’t think mice” and “Once bitten, mice shy.”
    • Vice → Mice: As in, “Den of mice” and “Mice versa.”
  • Mail → Mayall: As in, “Express mayall” and “Junk mayall” and “It’s in the mayall.”
  • Pin → Pinwheel: As in, “Bright as a new pinwheel” and “Hard to pinwheel down” and “Pinwheel your hopes on” and “Pinwheels and needles.”
  • Wheel → Pinwheel: As in, “Oil the pinwheels” and “Hell on pinwheels.”
  • Pool → Whirlpool: As in, “Big fish in a small whirlpool.”

Here are some puns dedicated to named centaurs:

  • Finer → Beiner: As in, “The beiner things in life” and “The beiner points of…”
  • Necessary → Nessus-ary: As in, “Is this nessus-ary?” and “A nessus-ary evil.” Note: These are puns on 7066 Nessus.

These next few puns are about exoplanets:

  • Spe:
    • Be → Spe: As in, “Spe all ears” and “I’ll just spe in and out” and “Spe as it may.”
    • Spy → Spe: As in, “I spe with my little eye” and “The spe who loved me.”
    • Pea → Spe: As in, “Two spes in a pod.”
  • Orbit → Orbitar: As in, “Out of my orbitar.”
  • Bra → Brahe: As in, “Burn your brahe” and “Training brahe.”
  • Dragon → Dagon: As in, “Chase the dagon” and “Feed the dagon.”
  • Saffar → Suffer: As in, “Long saffaring” and “Make them saffar.”
  • Same → Samh: As in, “By the samh token” and “Comes to the samh thing” and “Cut from the samh cloth” and “In the samh vein.”
  • Some → Samh: As in, “And then samh” and “Buy samh time” and “Cut me samh slack.”
  • Sum → Samh: As in, “Cogito ergo samh” and “Greater than the samh of its parts.”

Here are some puns about named nebulas:

  • Dumbbell:
    • Crumble → Dumbbell: As in, “That’s the way the cookie dumbbells.”
    • Bell → Dumbbell: As in, “Dumbbells and whistles” and “For whom the dumbbell tolls” and “Sound as a dumbbell.”
    • Humble → Dumbbell: As in, “Eat dumbbell pie.”
    • Rumble → Dumbbell: As in, “Get ready to dumbbell.”
    • Tumble → Dumbbell: As in, “Rough and dumbbell” and “Take a dumbbell on.”
  • Foot → Footprint: As in, “A footprint in both camps” and “Bound hand and footprint” and “Fleet of footprint.”
  • Bubble → Soap Bubble: As in, “Soap bubble and squeak” and “Burst your soap bubble” and “Prick your soap bubble.”
  • Skull:
    • Skill → Skull: As in, “Social skulls” and “Hidden skulls.”
    • Dull → Skull: As in, “All work and no play makes Jack a skull boy” and “Skull as ditchwater” and “Never skull moment.”
    • Lull → Skull: As in, “A skull in the conversation” and “Skulled into a false sense of security.”
    • Mull → Skull: As in, “Skulling things over.”
    • Null → Skull: As in, “Skull and void.”
  • Flash → Blue Flash: As in, “Quick as a blue flash” and “Blue flash in the pan” and “In a blue flash.”
  • Bug:
    • Bag → Bug: As in, “Bug a bargain” and “Bug of tricks” and “Dirt bug.”
    • Beg → Bug: As in, “Bug a favour” and “Bug pardon” and “Bug the question” and “Bug to differ” and “Bug, borrow or steal” and “Sit up and bug.”
    • Big → Bug: As in, “A bug ask” and “Bug shot.”
    • Plug → Bug: As in, “Bug and play” and “Pull the bug.”
    • Shrug → Bug: As in, “Bug your shoulders” and “Bug it off.”
  • Saturn:
    • Satin → Saturn: As in, “Saturn pillowcases.”
    • Sudden → Saturn: As in, “All of a saturn” and “A saturn stop.”
    • Pattern → Saturn: As in, “All part of life’s rich saturn.”
  • Ray → Stingray: As in, “Catch some stingrays” and “Stingray of light.”
  • Ant:
    • Aunt → Ant: As in, “Agony ant” and “My giddy ant.”
    • Can’t → Ant: As in, “An offer you ant refuse” and “Ant get enough” and “I ant wait.”
    • Grant → Ant: As in, “Take for anted” and “Ant no quarter.”
    • Pants → Ant: As in, “Beat the ants of” and “Bore the ants off someone” and “By the seat of your ants” and “Fancy ants.”

This next section is about stellar streams:

  • Hell → Helmi: As in, “All helmi broke loose” and “Beat the helmi out of” and “A cold day in helmi.”
  • Bootes:
    • Boots → Bootes: As in, “Tough as old bootes” and “Bet your bootes” and “Hang up your bootes” and “Too big for your bootes.”
    • Bets → Bootes: As in, “All bootes are off” and “Hedge your bootes” and “Place your bootes.”
    • Bits → Bootes: As in, “Bootes and bobs” and “Bootes and pieces” and “Bootes per second” and “Thrilled to bootes.”
    • Roots → Bootes: As in, “Grass bootes” and “Lay down bootes” and “The bootes of all evil.”
    • Shoots → Bootes: As in, “Eats, bootes and leaves” and “The green bootes of change.”
    • Suits → Bootes: As in, “Bootes you down to a tee
      and “Bootes you down to the ground.”

This final section is about famous or influential people:

  • Stephen Hawking:
    • Even → Stephen: As in, “Break stephen” and “Don’t get mad, get stephen” and “A stephen chance.”
    • Walking → Hawking: As in, “Keep hawking” and “Sleep hawking” and “Hawking on sunshine” and “Hawking on the moon.”
  • Neil Armstrong:
    • Nail → Neil: As in, “Difficult as neiling jelly to a tree” and “Hard as neils” and “Bed of neils” and “Fight tooth and neil.”
    • Nil → Neil: As in, “We scored neil.”
    • Deal → Neil: As in, “A big neil” and “Neil breaker” and “Neil or no neil” and “A done neil” and “Seal the neil.”
    • Eel → Neil: As in, “Slippery as a neil” and “Brought to neil” and “Under the neil of.”
    • Feel → Neil: As in, “Neil a bit put out” and “Neil good factor” and “Neil the pinch” and “Neiling blue” and “A gut neiling.”
    • Heel → Neil: As in, “Achilles’ neil” and “Cool your neils” and “Dig your neils in” and “Head over neils in love” and “Kick up your neils” and “Turn on your neil.”
    • Meal → Neil: As in, “Make a neil of it” and “Neil ticket” and “A square neil.”
    • Real → Neil: As in, “All I neilly want to do” and “Come home to a neil fire” and “Get neil” and “It’s the neil thing” and “Keep it neil.”
    • Seal → Neil: As in, “My lips are neiled” and “Neil of approval” and “Neil the deal” and “Neiled with a loving kiss” and “Signed and neiled.”
    • She’ll → Neil: As in, “Neil be right” and “Neil never figure it out.”
    • Steal → Neil: As in, “Beg, borrow or neil” and “It’s a neil!” and “Neil a glance” and “Neil someone’s thunder” and “Neil the show.”
    • Steel → Neil: As in, “Nerves of neil” and “Neil yourself.”
    • Wheel → Neil: As in, “Asleep at the neil” and “Hell on neils” and “Reinvent the neil” and “Set of neils” and “The neil has come full circle.”
    • Strong → Armstrong: As in, “Only as armstrong as its weakest link” and “Still going armstrong” and “The armstrong, silent type.”
  • Buzz Aldrin:
    • Boss → Buzz: As in, “Buzz about” and “Show them who’s buzz” and “The buzz level.”
    • Buzz: “Buzz me in” and “Buzz off” and “Buzzing with excitement.”
    • Does → Buzz: As in, “Buzz you good” and “Buzz what it says on the tin” and “Buzz the trick” and “Easy buzz it” and “Nice and easy buzz it.”
  • Yuri Gagarin:
    • Year → Yuri: As in, “All yuri round” and “Advanced in yuris” and “Comes but once a yuri” and “Getting on in yuris” and “Happy new yuri.”
    • Yours → Yuri: As in, “Bigger than yuris” and “Yuris truly” and “Yuris faithfully.”
    • Jury → Yuri: As in, “The yuri is out.”
  • Hermann Oberth:
    • Hermann → Sermon: As in, “Deliver a hermann.”
    • Harming → Hermann: “These attitudes are hermann society.”
    • Birth → Oberth: As in, “The oberth of a nation” and “Separated at oberth” and “Give oberth to.”
    • Berth → Oberth: As in, “Give someone a wide oberth.”
  • Sally Ride:
    • Silly → Sally: As in, “Ask a sally question” and “Sally billy” and “Sally season.”
    • Alley → Sally: As in, “Sally cat” and “Right up your sally.”
    • Rally → Sally: As in, “Sally round.”
    • Valley → Sally: As in, “Silicon sally” and “Sally of death.”
    • Right → Ride: As in, “A move in the ride direction” and “All the ride moves” and “Bang to rides” and “Bragging rides.”
    • Ride → Ride: As in, “Ride or die” and “Just along for the ride” and “Let it ride” and “Ride like the wind.”
    • Died → Ride: As in, “Ride and gone to heaven” and “Cross my heart and hope to ride.”
    • Dried → Ride: As in, “Cut and ride.”
    • Guide → Ride: As in, “Let your conscience be your ride” and “The hitchhiker’s ride to the galaxy.”
    • Hide → Ride: As in, “Ride and seek” and “Ride from the light” and “You can run but you can’t ride.”
    • Pride → Ride: As in, “Bursting with ride” and “My ride and joy” and “Ride comes before a fall.”
    • Side → Ride: As in, “A walk on the wild ride” and “Always look on the bright ride of life” and “Be on the safe ride” and “Both rides of the desk” and “Err on the ride of caution.”
    • Stride → Ride: As in, “Get into your ride” and “Making giant rides” and “Take it in your ride.”
    • Tide → Ride: As in, “A changing ride” and “Stem the ride” and “The ride is turning.”
    • Tried → Ride: As in, “Don’t knock it til you’ve ride it” and “Ride and tested” and “Ride and true.”
    • Wide → Ride: As in, “Open ride” and “Ride open spaces” and “The world ride web.”

      Space-Related Words

      To help you come up with your own space puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

General: space, planet, moon, solar system, sun, star, big bang, galaxy, universe, solar, lunar, astronaut, spaceship, NASA, cosmos, cosmic, orbit, rocket, asteroid, comet, meteor, meteorite, eclipse, astronomy, black hole, satellite, shuttle, light, UFO, alien, gas, gravity, gas giant, ice giant, belt, hubble, space station, constellation, launch, vacuum, crater, nova, supernova, planetoid, quantum, area 51, matter, science, world, celestial, plasma, hydrogen, helium, radiation, magnetic field, dust, rays, thermosphere, mesosphere, stratosphere, troposphere, ozone, dark matter, dark energy, karman line, flight, pressure, atmosphere, expansion, void, nebula, light year, galactic, corona, geospace, aurora, deep space, heliosphere, proton, interstellar, local bubble, telescope, binoculars, space probe, research, space race, LEO (low earth orbit), extraterrestrial, cosmonaut, sputnik, apollo, dwarf, venera 7, salyut 1, ISS (international space station),explorer 1, interplanetary, orbiter, voyager, rings, arcs, kuiper belt, mesoplanet, fusor, space suit, oxygen, speed of light, physics, stellar, cassini division, encke gap, keeler gap, roche division, herschel, kraken mare, andromeda, macrocosm, microcosm, atom, neutron, exoplanet, parsec, quasar, jovian, halo, chasma, nibiru, sublunary, gas giant, velocity, orb, wax, wane, energy, red dwarf, white dwarf, terrestrial, disc, belt, centaur, elara, sinope, carme, leda, kale, dia, gamma ray

Planets: mercury, mars, earth, venus, jupiter, neptune, uranus, saturn 

Dwarf planets: pluto, haumea, makemake, eris, orcus, salacia, quaoar, sedna, ceres

Moons: titan, phobos, deimos, charon, triton, rhea, ganymede, enceladus, hyperion, phoebe, dione, prometheus, telesto, mimas, pandora, janus, tethys, iapetus, pan, daphnis, atlas, methone, anthe, pallene, tarvos, calypso, helene, paaliaq, skathi, skoll, tarqeq, greip, narvi, hati, aegir, bestla, fenrir, surtur, kari, ymir, loge, io, europa, callisto, metis, thebe, leda, dia, carpo, mneme, thyone, ananke, herse, aitne, kale, chaldene, carme, kore, cyllene, arche, isonoe, sinope, sponde, nereid

Constellations: big dipper, sirius, antila, apus, aquila, ara, aries, auriga, caelum, cancer, canis, carina, cepheus, cetus, circinus, columba, corvus, crater, crux, cygnus, dorado, draco, fornax, gemini, grus, hydra, hydrus, indus, lacerta, leo, lepus, libra, lupus, lynx, lyra, mensa, musca, norma, octans, orion, pavo, pegasus, perseus, phoenix, pictor, pisces, puppis, pyxis, sagitta, scorpius, sculptor, scutum, serpens, sextans, taurus, tucana, ursa, vela, virgo, volans

Asteroids: vesta, pallas, hygiea, davida, sylvia, cybele, juno, hektor, thisbe, doris, ursula, iris, fortuna, egeria, themis, aurora, alauda, palma, hermione, , nemesis, hebe, psyche, daphne

Comets: halley’s, caesar’s, donati’s, coggia’s, lovejoy, mcnaught, rest

Stars: centauri, eridani, cygni, indi, ceti, altair, gliese, draconis, pavonis, bootis, hydri, piscium, orionis, herculis, arae

Galaxies: antennae, black eye, bode’s, butterfly, cartwheel, cigar, circinus, hoag’s, mice, mayall’s, pinwheel, sombrero, funslower, tadpole, whirlpool

Meteor showers: gamma normids, lyrids, june bootids, perseids, geminids, ursids

Centaurs: amycus, bienor, nessus, pholus, chiron

Exoplanets: spe, arion, arkas, orbitar, brahe, janssen, harriot, amateru, dagon, tadmor, hypatia, sancho, saffar, samh

Nebula: glowing eye, dandelion puffball, bow-tie, ghost of jupiter, blinking, dumbbell, ring, eskimo, cat’s eye, little ghost, medusa, helix, pw;. twin jet, butterfly, footprint, lemon slice, soap bubble, skull, oyster, blue flash, fetus, blue snowball, soccer ball, red spider, bug, butterfly, saturn, eight-burst, retina, spirograph, stingray, ant, shapley, fleming, southern owl, robin’s egg, cleopatra’s eye, box, phantom streak, little gem, eye of sauron

Stellar streams: arcturus, magellanic, helmi, palomar, virgo, orphan, acheron, bootes, lethe, styx, lamost

Famous people: stephen hawking, neil armstrong, buzz aldrin, yuri gagarin, galileo, robert goddard, hermann oberth, reinhold tiling, valentina tereshkova, sally ride

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Beer Puns

Welcome to the Punpedia entry on beer puns! 🍻 🍺 Whether you need a name for your latest craft brew, a tagline for your beer-related business, a beer pun team name, or just some beer puns for their own sake, I hope you find this entry useful!

There’s a lot of depth to beer culture and so some of the puns in this entry may go over your head if you’re not a brewer or beer fanatic. I’ve tried to order the pun list so that it starts with general beer puns that most people will understand, and then as you go down the puns should get more obscure. That said, I have not done a perfect job of it, so apologies if there are some confusing ones here and there near the top.

A quick side note: Drinking alcohol gives your brain a reward that it didn’t earn. If you drink too often then your brain learns that the best (easiest) way to feel good is to drink more alcohol, rather than do the normal things that make you feel good (work hard, accomplish things, help others, etc.). Be careful messing with your neurotransmitters! 🙂

You might also like to visit the Punpedia entries on coffee puns, tea puns, party puns and food puns.

Beer Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about beer that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page!

  • All → Ale: As in “Ale in a day’s work.” and “She went ale out.” and “Ale’s well that ends well” and “It’s ale downhill from here.” and “It’s ale gone pear shaped.” and “It’s ale good.” and “It’s ale grist to the mill.” and “It’s ale me, me, me.” and “Not ale it’s cracked up to be.” and “That’s ale well and good”.
  • Stout: As in “He’s a stout young man.”
  • Larger → Lager: As in “Lager than life”.
  • Six-pack: As in “Check out my six-pack.”
  • Bar: As in “You’ve raised the bar.” and “Bar none.”
  • *pub*: If a word contains the “pub” sound (or similar) you may be able to make a terrible pub pun: capubility, capuble, palpuble, public, publicity, publication, publisher, republican, republic, unstoppuble, unpublishedinescapubly, hypubole, pubble (pebble).
  • You → Brew: As in “Brew can do it!” and “Brew silly goose!” and “I’m so glad to see brew!” and “Before brew know it”.
  • Bro → Brew: As in “What’s up, brew?” and “Cool story, brew.”
  • *brew*: If a word contains the “brew” sound (or similar) we can sometimes make a brewing pun: brewmstick (broomstick), brews (bruise), brewnette (brunette), brewtal (brutal), brewtalize (brutalize), brewtish, (brutish), Hebrew.
  • *byoo*: If a word contains the “byoo” sound (or similar) we can sometimes make a terrible beer brewing pun: brewtiful (beautiful), abrews (abuse), attribrewts (attributes), contribrewted, distribrewtion, rebrewke (rebuke), debrew (debut), retribrewtion, tribrewnal (tribunal).
  • *proo*: If a word contains the “proo” sound (or similar) we can sometimes make a terrible brewing pun: abrewval (approval), bulletbrewf, dissabrewve, foolbrewf, imbrewvements, disbrewve, brewdent (prudent), brewdence (prudence), waterbrewf.
  • Déjà vu → Déjà brew: As in “I’m getting déjà brew – have we been to this pub before?”
  • Hop: As in “Just a hop, skip and jump.” and “Take 3 hops to the left.” and “Hop to it!” and “Bunny hop” and “Hip hop“.
  • Hope → Hop: As in “I have high hops.” and “A glimmer of hop.” and “Cross your fingers and hop for the best.” and “Keep hop alive.” and “There there’s life, there’s hop.” and “Cross my heart and hop to die.”
  • Hop*: If a word begins with the “hop” sound (or anything vaguely similar) then there may be an opportunity for a terrible beer pun: “Health, wealth and hoppiness.” and “Life, liberty and the pursuit of hoppiness.”  and “As it hoppens” and “Shit hoppens.” and “See what hoppens?” and “Hopatitis is an inflammation of the liver.”
  • Op* → Hop*: If a word begins with “op” it can often be turned into a silly hops pun: hopportunity, hoperation, hopposition, hopinion, hoption, hoperate, hopposite, hoperations, hoperating, hopportunities, hopera, hopponent, hoperator, hoppose, hoptions, hopposed, hopt, hoperated, hopinions, hoperational, hoptimism, hopponents, hoperates, hoperators, hoppression, hoptimistic, hoptional, hopposing, hoptical, hoptimal, hop, hoperative, hopted, hoptimum, hoppressive, hopenness, hopting, hoppressed, hopenings, hoperand, hopioid, hoptimist, hoptimise, hopaque, hoperatichopposites, hoptician, hopportunist, hoptic, hopposes, hoptimisation, hopacity, hoppress, hoperatives, hopine, hoptimality, hoptics, hoppressors, hoptimised, hopiate, hoptimists, hoptimistically, hoppressor, hopulence, hoptimize, hoppositions, hopportunistic, hopportunism, hopulent, hopportune.
  • *op* → *hop*: There are also quite a few words with the “op” sound (or similar) in them that can be turned into silly beer puns. There are a few here which have the full “hop” sound in them already. Here’s the list: acrhopolis, adhopt, adhopted, authopsy, bihopsy, bookshop, cohoperation, cohoperative, c-hop-yright, cr-hop, drhoplet, drhoppings, drhopped, flhoppy, eavesdrhopping, helic-hop-ter, imprhoper, imprhoperly, inapprhopiately, microschopic, monhopoly, philanthrhopic, photoc-hop-ier, p-hop-corn, p-hop-ularity, p-hop-ulation, prhopaganda, prhopagation, pr-hop-erly, p-hop-ulist, prhopositions, prhopped, p-hop-ulation, raindrhops, shopkeeper, st-hop, st-hop-er, synhopsis, tr-hop-ical, unst-hop-able, whopping.
  • Vain → Vine: As in “I worked so hard but it was all in vine.”
  • Vein → Vine: As in “My vines are bulging.” and “In the same vine …”
  • Fine → Vine: As in “It’s a vine day for a beer.” and “It’s a vine line.” and “You’re cutting it vine.” and “That’s a damn vine beer.” and “One vine day …” and “Treading a vine line.”
  • Van* → Vine*: As in, “Vine Gogh,” and “Vine-ish into thin air.” 
  • *ven* → *vine*: As in, “Sixes and sevines,” and “Blessed evine-t,” and “Break evine,” and “The elevineth hour,” and “Evine the score,” and “Heavine forbid,” and “A match made in heavine,” and “With a vine-geance,” and “Bun in the ovine,” and “Pure as the drivine snow,” and “Nothing vine-tured, nothing gained,” and “Revine-ge is a dish best served cold,” and “Innocent until provine guilty,” and “Lavineder (lavender) scented,” and “Twenty four sevine.”
  • *vin* → *vine*: As in, “Full of vinegar,” and “Get movine,” and “The gift that keeps on givine,” and “In livine memory,” and “In the drivine seat,” and “Knock the livine daylights out of,” and “Livine proof,” and “Livine on borrowed time,” and “Time flies when you’re havine fun,” and “Vinetage,” and “Vinedicate,” and “Vinedictive.”
  • Stain → Stein: As in “There’s a stein on your shirt.” (See beer stein)
  • Sign → Stein: As in “Give me a stein, lord!” and “Stein the pledge.” and “Stein up.” and “Stein of the times.” and “A sure stein.” and “A tell tale stein.” (See beer stein)
  • Sooner → Schooner: As in “Schooner or later.” and “The schooner the better.” and “No schooner said than done.” and “Schooner rather than later.” (A schooner is a type of glass cup.)
  • Tinkered → Tankard: As in “I tankard with this all day but I couldn’t get it working.” (A tankard is a big drinking vessel)
  • Sidle → Seidel: As in “I seideled up to her apologetically.”
  • Picture → Pitcher: As in “A pitcher is worth  thousand words.” and “See the big pitcher.” and “Motion pitcher.” and “Do I have to paint you a pitcher?” and “Pitcher perfect” (Pitcher is a synonym of “jug” – commonly used to serve beer.)
  • Pitcher: There is the potential for a pun here using the baseball meaning of this word.
  • Cling → Clink: As in “Clink on tight!”
  • Kink → Clink: As in “C’mon, be honest. Everyone has a clink or two.”
  • Blink → Clink: As in “In the clink of an eye.” and “Clink and you’ll miss it!”
  • Suds: This refers to the froth made from soap and water, but is also slang for “beer”. By using it in the original “soap and water” context you could potentially make a pun: “I got in the bath and sudsed up.” (Here we’re using the verb-form of “suds” with means “lather”)
  • Sides → Suds: As in “There are two suds to every question.” and “You’ve got to see the issue from both suds.”
  • Plastered: This means “very drunk”, but in the right context we could use its original definition as a pun: “The whole house is plastered.”
  • Wasted: As in “It’s so sad, seeing all these all wasted lives.” and “Youth is wasted on the young.”
  • Sloshed: Another one meaning “very drunk” – perhaps an opportunity to make a pun on its literal meaning: “We all sloshed around in the swimming pool for a while.”
  • Smashed, Hammered, Bombed, Legless, Messed up, Trousered, Trolleyed: Some more terms meaning “very drunk”. Each of them may have contexts in which there’s an opportunity to make a pun on its literal meaning – though these contexts may be quite specific.
  • Hang over → Hangover: As in “Mind if I hang over at your place this morning?”
  • Chug: As well as meaning “to drink fast or without pausing”, this term can refer to “The chug of a motor boat” or “The little train chugged up the hill.”
  • Hug → Chug: As in “Let’s have a group chug.” and “Chug it out.” and “Bro chug.”
  • Toast: When someone raises their beer in honour of something or someone and encourages everyone to do the same, that’s called a toast. There may be some context in which the other (normal) definition of “toast” could be punned upon.
  • Tears → Cheers: As in “Bored to cheers.” and “Burst into cheers.” and “Moved to cheers.” and “Reduced to cheers.” and “Fight back the cheers.” and “It will all end in cheers.” and “Blood, sweat and cheers.”
  • Cheers: This word also has the “the cheers of the crowd were deafening” definition which might be a viable opportunity for a pun in some contexts.
  • Tippy-toes → Tipsy-toes: As in “I snuck in on my tipsy-toes.”
  • Cough → Quaff: As in “I was quaffing all night, so I took the day off work.” (A “quaff” is an alcoholic drink and to “quaff” is to drink an alcoholic quickly or heartily)
  • Lick or → Liquor: As in “Are you going to have a liqu, or?” (Depending on your accent/pronunciation it may more like “lick her”. Please keep your puns respectful!)
  • Stubby: Refers to a beer bottle that is short and fat. This slang is taken directly from the actual definition of “stubby” so it’s an easy pun if the context is right.
  • Growler: A “growler” is a type of jug used to transport draft beer. The term has a bunch of other meanings which could be played upon in the right context.
  • Draught / Draft: Besides the beer-related meaning (beer served from barrel or tank), this term has several others: “He was drafted in 1942″ and “I drafted the letter of resignation.” and “The use of draft horses is outdated and cruel.” and “There was a nice draught coming through the window.” and “She was drafted for the national team at age 23.”
  • Dear → Beer: As in “Oh beer me” and “Hang on for beer life” and “Near and beer to my heart” and “Elementary, my beer Watson.”
  • Ear → Beer: As in “Grin from beer to beer.” and “Let’s play it by beer.” and “Lend a beer” and “In one beer and out the other.”
  • Peer → Beer: As in “Beer pressure” and “It’s like she was beering into my soul.”
  • Pier → Beer: As in “Take a long walk off a short beer.”
  • Bear → Beer: As in “Grizzly beer” and “Beer a resemblance” and “The right to beer arms” and “Beer down upon” and “Bear witness to …” and “Beer false witness” and “Beer fruit” and “Beer in mind that …” and “Bring to beer
  • Bare → Beer: As in “The beer necessities” and “Beer one’s teeth” and “Laid beer” and “The beer bones” and “The cupboard was beer
  • Buyer → Beer: As in “She’s a regular beer at our shop.” (Bit of a stretch!)
  • Beard → Beerd: As in “Neck beerd” and “His beerd was as white as snow.”
  • *ber* → *beer*: Words that contains the “ber” sound (or similar) are often opportunities for terrible beer puns: collabeerate, dismembeermentbeereavement, beereaved, beerds (birds), beerthplace (birthplace), beerglary (burglary), beergeoning (burgeoning), cumbeersome, delibeeration, decembeer, cucumbeer, exubeerant, libeerties (liberties), libeerals, libeertarian, libeeration, novembeer, numbeers, pubeerty, membeership, reimbeers (reimburse), remembeer, reverbeeration, robbeeries, robbeery, slumbeer, sobeer (sober).
  • Be* → Beer*: More terrible beer puns can be made using words that start with the “be” sound: beerwilderment, beerlongings, beerbliography, beerseiged, beerstowed, beermused, beerwitched, beergotry, beertersweetbeerllionair.
  • *pear* → *beer*: As in, “A beerlescent (pearlescent) glow” and “Abeer (appear) from thin air” and “Watch me disabeer” and “Make an abeerance.” Other words you could use: s’beerhead (spearhead), re-abeer (reappear).
  • Shakespeare → Shakesbeer
  • Pier → Beer: As in “Take a long walk off a short beer” and “Ear beercing” and “Never been habbeer (happier).”
  • Bare → Beer: As in “The beer necessities” and “Beer one’s teeth” and “Laid beer” and “The beer bones” and “The cupboard was beer“. You can also replace the “bare” in these words: barely (“beerly there”), threadbare (“A threadbeer toy”), cabaret (cabeeret), barefoot (beerfoot).
  • *bier* → *beer*: As in, grubbeer (grubbier), stubbeer (stubbier), tubbeer, scabbeer and chubbeer.
  • *pare* → *beer*: As in, “Beerent-teacher meeting” and “In beerenthesis” and “Like combeering apples and oranges” and “Be prebeered (prepared)” and “Abbeerently (apparently) so.” Other words you could use: abbeerel (apparel) and transbeerent (transparent).
  • *bar* → *beer*: As in, “Beer none” and “Behind beers” and “Language beerier” and “Raise the beer” and “Beerrelling (barreling) in” and “Beergain basement.” Other words you could use: beeren (barren), beerista (barista) and sidebeer (sidebar).
  • *ber* → *beer*: As in, “Strawbeery flavoured” and “Going beerserk” and “Got your numbeer” and “Sobeer up (this one’s a bit ironic)” and “A membeer of..” Other words you could use: beereft (bereft), beerate (berate), beerth (berth), beereavement (bereavement), chambeer (chamber), ambeer (amber), membeer, cybeer, remembeer, delibeerate, libeeral, libeerty, abeerration (aberration) and cumbeersome. Notes: to be bereft is to be deprived of something.
  • *bir* → *beer*: As in, “A little beerd told me” and “Beerthday suit” and “The early beerd.”
  • *bor* → *beer*: As in, “Beered out of your mind” and “Labeer of love” and “Harbeer a grudge” and “Good neighbeers” and “Please elabeerate” and “Collabeerate with.”
  • *bur* → *beer*: As in, “A heavy beerden.” Other words you could use: beereaucracy (bureaucracy), beergeoning (burgeoning) and excalibeer (excalibur).
  • *per* → *beer*: As in, “A different beerspective” and “Third beerson” and “Motivation and beerseverance.” Other words you could use: beertinent (pertinent), beeriod (period), beerception (perception), beernicious (pernicious), beercieve (perceive), beerformance (performance), beerfect (perfect), imbeerative (imperative) and obeeration (operation).
  • Egs* → Kegs*: Some words which start with the “egs” sound (or similar) can be turned into very bad beer puns: kegs-istence (existence), kegs-iled (exiled), kegs-istential (existential), kegs-it (exit).
  • Tap: This has at least two beer-related meanings: “to tap a barrel” and “what’s on tap?”. It also has several non-beer related meanings which might be pun opportunities in the right context: “He tapped the window gently.” and “We’ve tapped all his phone calls.”
  • Head: The “head” is the frothy foam on top of a beer. Potential puns about: “Air head” and “Don’t mess with my head.” and “Above my head” and “Over my head” and “Bite someone’s head off” and “Be it on your head” and “Couldn’t make head or tail of it” and “It’ll do your head in” and “Get it into your head” and “Get your head together” and “Got your head screwed on” and “Hanging over your head” and “You need to get your head examined.” and “Head and shoulders above the rest” and “Head count” and “Head honcho” and “Head in the sand” and “Head to head” and “Hit the nail on the head” and “I could do that standing on my head” and “Head wind” and “Hold a gun to his head” and “In over your head” and “Laugh your head off” and “Level-headed” and “Lose your head” and “Make your head spin” and “Price on his head” and “Pull your head in” and “Sleepy head” and “Upon your head be it”.
  • Bruise → Booze: As in, “A boozed ego” and “You can’t protect your kids from every bump and booze.”
  • *bas* → *booze*: As in, “On a first-name boozeis (basis)” and “Back to boozeics (basics)” and “Yes, boozeically” and “The boozelisk in the Chamber of Secrets (I’m sure many people will find ways to make boozy pickup lines out of this one…so use it and similar puns with your best judgement).”
  • *bes* → *booze*: As in, “All the boozet (best)” and “Boozet (best) friends forever” and “Boozet of all” and “Boozepoke suit” and “Boozetow your wisdom” and “Sit boozeside me.” Other words you could use: booze-seech (beseech), booze-sotted (besotted), booze-siege (besiege). Notes: to beseech is to beg.
  • *bos* → *booze*: As in, booze-om (bosom), rooibooze (rooibos) and verbooze (verbose). Note: rooibos is a type of tea.
  • *bus* → *booze*: As in, “Thrown under the booze” and “Walk or take the booze” and “None of your boozeiness” and “Boozey bee” and “Course syllabooze.” Other words you could use: nimbooze (nimbus), omnibooze (omnibus) and abooze (abuse). Notes: a nimbus is a circle of light, or a halo.
  • *baz* → *booze*: As in, boozear (bazaar), booze-ooka (bazooka), booze-illion (bazillion).
  • *biz* → *booze*: As in, “Boozear (bizarre) circumstances,” and “That’s showbooze.”
  • *buz* → *booze*: As in, “Booze me in” and “Booze off” and “Booze-ing with excitement” and “Boozewords.” Other words you could use: booze-ard (buzzard), booze-ing (boozing) and boozer (buzzer).
  • *bows* → *booze*: As in, “Chasing rainbooze” and “Rainbooze and unicorns” and “Rub elbooze with.”
  • *eth’ll → *ethyl: “Ethyl” alcohol is the type of alcohol that is in alcoholic beverages like beer. Pun examples: “My brethyl smell really bad if I drink this.” and “At least my dethyl go down in history.”
  • Moult → Malt: As in “I started malting as I got older.”
  • Mould → Malt: As in “There’s malt all over my food!” and “Malty sandwiches don’t taste great.”
  • Tiny → Tinnie / Tinny: As in “The patter of tinny feet.” (“Tinny” is slang for a can of beer)
  • Krikey! → Krieky!: As in “Krieky! That’s a big croc!”
  • Coarse / course → Coors: As in “Of coors!” and “Off coors” and “University coors” and “Blown off coors” and “Crash coors” and “In due coors” and “Let nature take its coors” and “On a collision coors” and “Stay on coors” and “He had a coors voice from drinking too much.”
  • Bro, my → Brah, ma: As in “Brah, ma beer puns are great, hey?” (Brahma is a beer brand)
  • Heinie can → Heineken: As in “Get off your heineken you? We’ve got work to do!” (“Heinie” is slang for bottom)
  • Bud wiser → Budweiser: As in “I’ve got a budweiser than all you uneducated chumps.”
  • Wiser → Weiser: As in “None the weiser” and “Older and weiser
  • Bud: As in “We’re best buds” and “Nip in the bud
  • Too bored → Tuborg: As in “I didn’t stay at the party long – I was Tuborg.”
  • Leffe → Left: Note that “Leffe” has two pronunciations. The French pronunciation sounds like “leff” and the Flemish pronunciation sounds like “leffer”. Here we’re punning with the French pronunciation. Examples: “Exist stage Leffe” and “Keep Leffe” and “Leffe for dead” and “Leffe in the lurch” and “Leffe out in the cold” and “Leffe wing” and “Leffe to your own devices” and “Out of Leffe field”.
  • Leave her → Leffe: (Here we’re using the Flemish pronunciation, see above) As in “Leffe alone!” and “Are you going to Leffe anything in your will?”
  • A lesion → Elysian: As in “What happened to your leg? Is that Elysian?”
  • A legion → Elysian: As in “She has Elysian of fans following her wherever she goes.”
  • Stellar → Stella: As in “A Stella cast has been assembled.” and “The pub received Stella ratings in the guides.” (Wikipedia)
  • Bass: This refers to the famous brewery. If you’re punning with text (rather than speaking it out loud), you can play on the audio-meaning of “bass”: “I like clubs that have good Bass.” but since this has a different pronunciation, the only exact phonetic pun is on the fish of the same name.
  • Basically → Bassically: As in “I drink Bassically the same thing all the time.”
  • Millimeter → Millermeter: As in “A millermeter more and it would have been long enough!” We can do the same thing with other units of measurement too: “The can holds 375 millerliters.” and “We just needed one millersecond longer!” and “This cable is rated to 25 millervolts.” and “A millergram of this is enough to kill a person.”
  • Million → Milleron: As in “Not in a miller-on years.” and “One in a milleron.”
  • Meantime: As in “In the meantime, we should look for a new place.” (Meantime is a brewery)
  • Foster: As in “Foster a sense of confidence in the people.” and “A bar owner must Foster a happy, friendly atmosphere.” (Foster’s is a beer company)
  • Four peeks → Four Peaks: As in “It took me about four peaks to finally read the text.”
  • For Pete’s → Four Peak’s: As in “Four peak’s sake!”
  • Car owner → Corona: As in “All coronas must pay annual car registration fees.”
  • “Youngling” → Yuengling: As in “Youth is wasted on yuenglings” and “He’s a yuengling at heart.”
  • Pills → Pils: As in “I had to pop some pils to help with this headache.”
  • Pills and → Pilsen: As in “Pilsen booze are a fast track to a ruined life.” and “It’s up to parents to keep their kids away from pilsen booze.”
  • Back’s → Beck’s: As in “My beck’s really sort today for some reason.” and “Ow! My beck!”
  • Slits → Schlitz: As in “The surgeon has to make two schlitz in the intestinal wall.”
  • Shits → Schlitz: As in “He did it for schlitz and giggles.” and “You know what gives me the schiltz?”
  • Bitter: As in “He came to a bitter end.” and “That’s a bitter pill to swallow.” and “No need to be bitter! (resentful)”
  • Least→ Yeast: As in “Last, but not yeast.” and “Yeast common denominator.” and “It’s the yeast I could do.”
  • East→ Yeast: As in “I’m heading over yeast for a holiday.”
  • Grain: As in “I’m going to go against the grain here and say …” and “There’s a grain of truth in what he’s saying.” and “I’d take it with a grain of salt.”
  • Grainy: Other than referring to grain (some varieties of which are used to make beer), this can refer to a texture or to a low resolution photograph: “Your profile picture is a bit grainy.”
  • Ingrained: As in “It was ingrained in me from a young age.”
  • Again → A grain: As in “Come a grain?” and “Never a grain.” and “Time and time a grain.” and “Now and a grain.”
  • Wait → Wheat: As in “Wheat a second…” and “I am lying in wheat.” and “Wheat and see.” (See wheat beer)
  • We t* → Wheat: As in “Wheat talked about this last night.” and “Wheat took our time.”
  • We’d → Wheat: As in “Wheat love for you to join us!”
  • What → Wheat: As in “Wheatever, man.” and “Wheat are you up to today?”
  • Why → Rye: “Rye do you ask?” and “Rye do beer puns make me giggle?” and “Rye hast thou forsaken me?” and “Rye are you doing this to me?”
  • Wry → Rye: “A rye smile.” and “With rye Scottish wit.” (Rye is a type of grain used to make beer)
  • Rye: Words that contain the “rye” sound can be made into terribly silly beer puns (Since some beers are made with rye): alryete, bryete, Brydal, b-rye-testcircumscryebed, compryesed, contryeved, copyryete, cryesis, cryeterion, cryeme, dryevers, descryebe, enterpryese, depryeved, fryeday, fryed, fryetened, pryeceless, pryemarily, pryevacy, pryeority, pryez, ryenocerous, ryeteous, ryetfully, ryevalries, samurye, subscryebed, surpryesingly, tryeangle, ryeting, tryeumph, rye-fle.
  • Riled up→ Rye-led up: As in “Jeez, calm down. No need to get rye-led up!”
  • Barely → Barley: As in “I’m barley getting by.” and “That barley passes as a beer pun.”
  • Ought → Oat: As in “You oat to say sorry.” and “Five minutes oat to be enough time.”
  • Its / It’s → Oats / Oat’s: As in “Oat’s just a matter of time.” and “Oat’s a shame.” and “Oat’s nothing personal” and “Oat’s worth oats weight in gold.” and “Takes oats toll.” and “A life of oats own.”
  • Sore gum → Sorghum: As in “I’ve got sorgums because my toothbrush bristles are too hard.” (Sorghum is a grain crop often used to create alcoholic beverages)
  • *sip*: If a word contains the “sip” sound, it’s an opportunity for a terrible pun on “sip” as in “to sip your beer” (so long as you emphasise the “sip” part somehow): Mississipi, disiplinarian, munisipality, presipitate, partisiples, presipitated, prinsipally, resipient, resiprocity.
  • *sep*: If a word contains the “sep” sound it’s a chance to make a terribly corny “sip” pun (perhaps emphasise with hyphens or underline/bold): ac-sip-tability (acceptability), bisips (biceps), consiption (conception), consipt (concept), desiptive, impersiptable, desiptive, misconsiption, persiptive, resiption, resiptionist, resiptivity, resiptors, siparatists (seperatists), siparation, siparate, susiptability, intersipt.
  • Dry: As in “These tea puns are very dry.” and “Dry humour” and “Hung out to dry” and “Keep your powder dry” and “As dry as dust”.
  • Will → Swill: As in “Against your own swill.” and “Bend to my swill” and “Love swill find a way.” and “Swill do.” and “Where there’s a swill, there’s a way.” and “Time swill tell.”
  • Back → Bock / Beck: As in “As soon as my bock is turned” and “At the bock of my mind” and “Bock to the Future” and “Bock from the dead” and “Bock in business” and “Bock in the day” and “Bock on your feet” and “He bocked out of the deal” and “Bock to bock” and “Cast your mind bock” and “Get off my bock” and “Fight bock the tears” and “Get bock on your feet” and “Get bock together” and “Hark bock to” and “Kick bock and enjoy” and “Laid bock” and “Money bock guarantee” and “On the bock burner” and “Never look bock” and “One step forward, two steps bock.” and “Put your bock into it!” and “Right bock at ya” and “Turn bock the clock” and “Watch your bock” and “You scratch my bock, I’ll scratch yours.” (Bock is a strong German lager, and the above examples can be replaced with “Beck” to play on the famous Beck’s brewery)
  • Back* → Bock* / Beck*: Words that begin with the “back” sound can also be silly beer puns: bockache, bockdrop, bockbone, bockground, bocklash, bocklog, bockside, bockroom, bockstage, bockward, bockyard, bockteria (bacteria), bockterium. (These examples can have “bock” replaced with “beck” to play on the famous Beck’s brewery)
  • Handy → Shandy: As in “This is a very shandy tool.”
  • Sandy → Shandy: As in “My towel is all shandy from the beach.”
  • Pass it → Posset: As in “Can you please posset over here?”
  • Spruce: As in “Make sure you leave some time to spruce yourself for the ball.” and “I’m all spruced up.” (See Spruce beer on Wikipedia)
  • Arrogant bastard: A simple pun on the brewing company.
  • I’m a real oldy → Amarilloldy: As in “Amarillo-ldy when it comes to my taste in beer.”
  • Citra → Sit ya: As in “Citra ass down!” – The name of a brew from Against the Grain. “Citra” is a variety of hops.
  • Nugget: As in “Nugget of wisdom” and “Nugget of truth” (Nugget is a hop variety)
  • Soz → Saaz: As in “Oh saaz! I didn’t mean to!”
  • Sim card → Simcoed: As in “I lost my phone so I need a new simcoed
  • Put her → Porter: As in “Porter down!” and “She porter hand to learning coding in her spare time.”
  • Fruity: Other than referring to the fruity taste or aroma of a brew, this term also has several slang definitions including being flamboyant or “bouncy”. It may also refer to someone who is considered crazy in some respect.
  • Noble: As in “That was very noble of you.” and “The four noble truths.” (“Noble hops” are traditionally hops which are low in bitterness and high in aroma, like Saaz)
  • Great → Gruit: As in “All creatures gruit and small.” and “I went to gruit lengths” and “Gruit minds think alike” and “The gruit outdoors” and “No challenge too gruit.” (Very corny! Gruit is an old-fashined herb mixture used for bittering and flavouring beer)
  • Asked → Oast: As in “Frequently oast questions” and “No questions oast” and “I took my harp to the party but no one oast me to play.”
  • Killin’ → Kiln: As in “She’s making a kiln!” and “Stop it, you’re kiln me!”
  • Nipple → Tipple: A tipple can refer to an alcoholic drink, or as a verb to “drink alcohol, especially habitually”.
  • Long neck → Longneck: A longneck is a common type of beer bottle.
  • Mouth feel → Mouthfeel: As in “It makes my mouthfeel funny, but it’s not too bad.” (See Wikipedia entry, Mouthfeel)
  • After taste → Aftertaste: As in “Aftertasting that beer, I’m not going back for seconds.” (See Wikipedia entry, Aftertaste)
  • Stupid → Stube-d: As in “Keep it simple, stube-d” and “Terminally stube-d” and “There’s no such thing as a stube-d question.”
  • Hey for → Hefe: As in “Hefe god’s sake could you cut it out?” (“Hefe” means “yeast” in German and sounds like “hay-fa”)
  • Goes up → Gose-p: As in “Right before it gose-p in flames.”
  • Say, son → Saison: As in “Saison, could you fetch me that spanner?”
  • Worth → Wort: As in “It’s wort it’s weight in gold.” and “For what it’s wort …” and “Get your money’s wort” and “Milk it for all it’s wort” and “Not wort a hill of beans” and “That’s my two cents wort
  • Ton / Tonne → Tun: As in “Came down like a tun of bricks.” and “That’s a tun of beer.”
  • Troop / Troupe → Trub: As in “A comedy trub is performing here tonight.” and “The trubs marched through the town.”
  • Least → Lees: As in “Last but not lees” and “Lees common denominator” and “Not in the lees” and “Line of lees resistance.”
  • Law to → Lauter: As in “There should be a lauter prevent people form making terrible beer puns.”
  • Lautering → Loitering: As in “There’s always a few shady people lautering around there at night.”
  • Spargin’ → Spare gin: As in “There wasn’t any spargin’ so I happily drank beer instead”
  • Tanning → Tannin: As in “Welcome to my tannin salon.”
  • For men t* → Ferment: As in “What we need is fermen to realise that catcalling isn’t friendly.”

Beer-Related Phrases

Common phrases, idioms and cliches which are related to beer can be used for some subtle and witty word play. Here is a list of the beer themed phrases that we’ve found so far:

  • (h)opposites attract
  • process of eliminating (h)options
  • a golden (h)opportunity
  • once in a lifetime (h)opportunity
  • window of (h)opportunity
  • contrary to popular (h)opinion
  • Adam’s ale
  • amber nectar
  • as drunk as a lord
  • as drunk as a skunk
  • as mild as milk
  • barrel of laughs
  • came to a bitter end
  • take the bitter with sweet
  • a bitter pill to swallow
  • bring out your best (a Bud Light slogan)
  • crack a tinnie
  • crack/bust some suds
  • slam a drink
  • drink like a fish
  • driven to drink
  • drink up
  • drink someone under the table
  • full of hops
  • given to drink
  • life’s not all beer and skittles
  • pint sized
  • on the piss
  • rolling drunk
  • six pack
  • slave to drink
  • stout fellow
  • you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make her drink
  • slam some beers
  • egg in your beer
  • small beer
  • knock one back
  • social drinker
  • bottoms up!
  • here’s to [someone/something]!
  • drink to excess
  • drown your sorrows
  • on a bender
  • on the rocks
  • make it a double
  • down the hatch
  • hair of the dog
  • happy hour
  • liquid courage
  • pub crawl
  • another round
  • two/three/four sheets in the wind
  • under full sail
  • under the influence
  • take the edge off
  • chin chin! (cheers!)
  • off their head
  • roll out the barrel
  • BYOB
  • on tap
  • Dutch courage
  • sudsing up
  • beer belly
  • trouble is brewing
  • a hop, skip and a jump
  • hip hop
  • clouded judgement
  • get you over a barrel
  • seperate the wheat from the chaff
  • barrel of laughs
  • belt down some liquor
  • as slow as molasses in january
  • cakes and ale
  • eat, drink and be merry
  • full head of steam
  • head in the clouds
  • hit the nail on the head
  • i’d lose my head if it wasn’t attached
  • i need it like a hole in the head
  • in over your head
  • my head is swimming
  • off the top of my head
  • off with his head
  • put a price on his head
  • two heads are better than one
  • keep your head above water
  • it’s all grist to the mill
  • walk like a drunken sailor

Beer-Related Words

There are many more puns to be made than could be documented in this Punpedia entry, and so we’ve compiled a list of beer-related concepts for you to use when creating your own puns. If you come up with a new pun, please share it in the comments!

brew, brewery, brewski, stein, schooner, tankard, seidel, pitcher, clink, suds, plastered, wasted, sloshed, smashed, hammered, bombed, messed up, hangover, hungover, chug, chugalug, sober, toast, cheers, drunkard, drunk, drunkenness, legless, tipsy, blotto, trousered, trolleyed, inebriated, quaff, sip, numb, corked, stubby, stubbies, ale, cask, cask ale, growler, draught beer, draft beer, draft, draught, keg, nitrokeg, tap, beer tap, head, prohibition, alcohol, alcoholic, alcoholism, ethyl alcohol, malt, hops, noble hops, beverage, liquor, liqueur, pub crawl, drink, wheat, rye, sorghum, barley, oats, millet, brewpub, rotgut, hooch, alcopop, tipple, tippler, intoxication, homebrew, beery, long neck, mouthfeel, aftertaste, imbibe, pub, bar, saloon, brasserie, vine, six-pack, tinnie, chaser, rathskeller, cellar, porter, cerveza, froth, frothie, coldie, swill, alehouse, stube, biergarten, beer garden, Oktoberfest, barrel, full-bodied, thin-bodied, publican, yeast, Ninkasi, palate, punt, chill, binge

bock, maibock, doppelbock, eisbock, weizenbock, altbier, berliner weisse, dortmunder export, dunkel, gose, helles, kellerbier, kolsch, marzen, pale lager, roggenbier, schwarzbier, smoked beer, wheat beer, zoigl, dubbel, Flanders red ale, lambicger, framboise, gueuze, kriek, oud bruin, quadrupel, saison, tripel, witbier, brown ale, Indian pale ale, mild ale, old ale, porter, Scotch ale, stout, amber ale, American pale ale, American wild ale, cream ale, ice lager, Kentucky common beer, pumpkin ale, steam beer, baltic porter, biere de garde, copper ale, corn beer, grodziskie, gratzer, hard soda, Irish red ale, light beer, malt beer, millet beer, pale ale, pilsner, rye beer, sahti, small beer, sour beer, Vienna lager, trappist, sommelier, root beer, apple beer, birch beer, ginger beer, horehound beer, oatmeal stout, sake, shandy, brown ale, posset, schankbier, spruce beer, weissbier, weizen beer, hefe, hefeweizen, Lowenbrau, Hamm, Arrogant Bastard, Fat Tire, Haffenreffer, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Nastro Azzurro

amarillo, cascade, centennial, chinook, citra, crystal, CTZ, fuggle, Golding, lambic, magnum, mosaic, Mt. Hood, Northern Brewer, nugget, Perle, Saaz, Simcoe, Tardif De Bourgogne, Williamette, cluster

Coors, Brahma, Harbin, Heineken, Yanjing, Skol, Budweiser, Bud, Bud Light, Tsingtao, Snow, Carlsberg, Tuborg, Leffe, Elysian, Stella Artois, Bass, Miller, Peroni, Meantime, Radegast, Foster’s, Molson Coors, Labatt, Bintang, Goose Island, Tecate, Amstel, Birra Moretti, Four Peaks, Kronenbourg 1664, Corona, Sam Adams, Guinness, Yuengling, Efes Pilsen, Dogfish Head, San Miguel, Becks, Heady Topper, Kingfisher, Harveys, Hoegaarden, Dos Equis, Sierra Nevada, Theakston, Mikkeller, Schlitz

steep, wort, mashout, lautering, lauter, lauter tun, mash tun, tun, mash, ferment, fermentation, turbidimeter, nephelometer, sparge, sparging, tannin, pH, chaff, husk, starch, starches, sugar, enzymes, dry hopping, sprouted, molasses, carbon dioxide, carbonation, grist, gluten, microbrewery, kegger, barm, leavening, barrelage, all-malt, amber, anaerobic, black malt, bung, caramel, dextrin, ester, filter, fining, malt-extract, priming, tart, milling, nitrogen, phenols, gruit, mugwort, oast house, kiln

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