|Twelfth century reliquary for Theo's skull|
The beer style called porter is said to have been so called because its strong flavor and high alcohol content were preferred by the hard-working, unsophisticated porters of the London commercial district. While I don't think a Wasatch Polygamy Porter is entirely consistent with Blessed Theobald's spirit, hefting a Geary's London Porter or a cleverly named Atlantic Coal Porter (get it? How about with an audio clue?) might honor his Lombard roots nicely.