IN THE ILIAD, THE HOMERIC HYMNS, AND IN HESIOD'S THEOGONY, ATHENA IS GIVEN THE CURIOUS EPITHET TRITOGENEIA. THE MEANING OF THIS TERM IS UNCLEAR; IT COULD MEAN VARIOUS THINGS, INCLUDING "TRITON-BORN", PERHAPS INDICATING THAT THE SEA-DEITY WAS HER PARENT ACCORDING TO SOME EARLY MYTHS. IN OVID'S METAMORPHOSES ATHENA IS OCCASIONALLY REFERRED TO AS "TRITONIA".
With a touch of coriander and sea salt, you can say this beer was Triton-born. We made a Gose and we're calling it Tritonia. This limited release offering was made with Cucumber and Lime and is pouring tonight for our special Modern Comforts tour ONLY (or until the keg runs out).