Thunderkeg was originally named for the brews this clan made. While not all Thunderkegs are brewmasters, many are. Those that chose other trades are still some of the stoutest drinkers in town. They have a lighthearted rivalry with Clan Warstien.
This clan is most stereotyped by a boisterous nature, with a love of the brawl and revelry. It is common for a Thunderkeg to spend his free time in a tavern. They are not ones to back down in any situation. They are stubborn to a fault, but their sense of pride is not as easily bruised. They are known as a clan to be lowbrow. They work hard and celebrate harder. While they worship Torag and the dwarven pantheon, it is less common for them to join a clergy. Those that don’t brew are often laborers, stone masons, warriors, scouts, and even rage filled terrors. Most Thunderkegs speak their minds, and have a black and white view of morality. This clan values strength and brute determination. They love bards for bawdy songs and tales of heroes of other ages. While they commonly chide each other in social settings, they prefer action over labored discussion when a situation calls for attention.
Thunderkeg specializes in a hybrid of a honeyed mead with a stout nutbrown ale. They call this drink Thunderkeg Honey Amber Stout. It is a hit in the local mead hall and has even gained notoriety in the town proper. Clan heraldry is a tapped keg in front of a greataxe on a seafoam field. A lighning bolt completes the image