Golden Treachery
from Fancyclopedia 2 ca. 1959
The home brew of Charles Burbee, because you don't realize just how potent it is till it's too late. Also Ohm Brew, from Lee Jacobs' low resistance to it. Actually, only one particularly tasty and potent batch was given this name by Burbee. The carryover of the monicker to all Burbee home brew is not authorized by the creator, but it's probably too late to stop it now.