I became a beer snob when I moved to Seattle in 1989 where there was already an flourishing microbrew scene. Today, the term "craft beer" might be better since there are many excellent beers brewed by breweries of a variety of sizes.
Some of these beers (and even some breweries) have weather, snow, and ski-related names. Let's see if we can get a list together. Here are a few of my favorite-named beers. Most I've tried, but not all.
Inversion IPA, Deschutes Brewing. I typically drink IPAs in the summer, but this one takes the sting out of Utah's pollution during the winter.
Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, Great Lakes Brewing. I'm a big Porter fan during the cool season. The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald was a true weather catastrophe, made famous by the haunting song from Gordon Lightfoot.
Nor'eastah IPA, Chatham Brewing. Another great weather-related name. Designated driver definitely required for that trip.
Blueski Lager, Epic. Epic brews several great beers without ski, snow, or weather-related themes. I'm not much of a fan of lagers, but the ski theme gets a nod here.
Lake Effect, Proper Brewing. A great name for this German-style ale, but sadly only 4.0% ABV. Lake effect deserves so much more!
Runoff Red IPA, Odell. Technically a hydrologic beer, but weather-driven.
Katabatic Brewing Co. Haven't been here yet, but this place gets a nod just for the name, with katabatic being a name for drainage flows and other buoyancy-driven downslope winds.
Pray for Snow, 10 Barrel Brewing. 'Nuff said!