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 available in kegs and serving at your favorite craft beer bars now.