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 out of Athena and we're calling it Tritonia. Come to the tour today to taste this delicious German style that is cousin to our beloved Berliner Weisse.