Unparliamentary Language IPA

Unparliamentary Language IPA

6% ALC. / VOL.
355 mL

“Parliamentary procedure never tasted so good”

This beer is the second in an occasional series of hoppy beers inspired by the obscure world of parliamentary procedure.

Words or expressions contrary to the proprieties of the House. A Member who refuses to withdraw unparliamentary language may be named by the Speaker. (Source: Parliament of Canada)

Hopped with Strata and Lemondrop.


History Of The Style

The following is an incomplete list of  phrases ruled unparliamentary, courtesy of iPolitics.ca:

A parliamentary pugilist and political bully (1875)
Abusing his position in the House (1877)
 A bag of wind (1878)
Scarcely entitled to be called gentlemen (1876)
A servile follower of the government (1878)
Honourable only by courtesy (1880)
Inspired by forty-rod whiskey (1881)
Sitting for his constituency by the grace of the leader of the Government (1884)
Coming into the world by accident (1886)
Insolent and impertinent (1890)
A parliamentary babe and suckling (1890)
A blatherskite (1890)
Disgracing the House (1896)
Talking twaddle (1898)
Living politically by deceit (1899)
Grovelling in the dirt in order to get an office (1900)
A cowardly slanderer and a bully (1907)
Misrepresenting his constituency (1909)
The political sewer pipe from Carleton County (1917)
Seeking cheap notoriety (1919)
A trickster (1919)
Lacking in intelligence (1934)
Hysterical (1943)
Stooping to pretty low motives (1956)
Attempting to distort the facts as he had in the past (1956)
A dim-witted saboteur (1956)
Above the truth (1962)
Ass (1970)
Attempted to misrepresent (1961)
B and B gang (1964)
Bullshit (1973)
Canadian Mussolini (1964)
Cheap political way (1960)
Crook (1971)
Deceive (1977)
Deceived (1960)
Deliberate distortion (1968)
Deliberate malignity (1962)
Deliberate falsehood (1961)
Deliberately trying to pervert (1960)
Deliberately deceived (1960)
Deliberately distorted (1972)
Deliberately misstated the truth (1960)
Deliberately misled (1959)
Deliberately misleading (1977)
Demagogue (1963)
Devoid of honour (1960)
Dictatorial attitude (1961)
Dishonest (1959)
Dishonest insinuations (1960)
Dishonest performance (1960)
Dishonest answers (1968)
Does not have a spine (1971)
Evil genius (1962)
Fabricated a statement (1961)
False (1961)
Fabrication (1959)
False representations (1975)
False statement (1961)
Falsehood (1976)
Falsify (1964)
Fraud (1960)
Fraudulent character (1962)
Has not got the guts (1959)
Hypocrites (1961)
Hypocritical (1961)
Idiot (1962)
Ignoramus (1961)
Illegal (1977)
Illegal (actions) (1976)
Insolent and irresponsible reply (1962)
Intentional deceit (1961)
Irresponsible Members (1969)
Irresponsible reply (1962)
Joker in this House (1960)
Kangaroo court (1960)
Lie (1959)
Lies (1976)
Members have aligned themselves with the murderers in Quebec (1970)
Mislead (1958)
Misleading the public (1960)
Nazi (1962)
Nefarious (1960)
Not telling the truth (1960)
Not telling the complete truth (1964)
Obstruct the operation of government (1957)
Obstructionist (1961)
Offensive (1964)
Pompous Ass (1967)
Reneged promises (1962)
Scurrilous (1961)
Shameful conduct (1960)
Sick animal (1966)
Silly reason (1961)
Slanderous accusations (1960)
Small and cheap (1960)
Stealing (1960)
Theft (1960)
To hell with Parliament attitude (1961)
Trained seal (1961)
Treason (1957)
Trickery (1959)
Underhanded (1961)
Untrue statement (1961)
Violated his oath (1967)
Wilfully misled (1970)