Micros named after local legends/monsters, etc.

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Micros named after local legends/monsters, etc.

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Post by MarkB » Thu May 17, 2018 9:43 am

For an article I am researching I am looking for micros that are named after local ghosts/monsters/legends etc. They have to be local, not monsters or ghosts in general. I know of two examples so far: Bunnyman from Bad Wolf in Manassas, VA and Mothman from Greenbriar Brewing in WV. There must be others. I could also use scans of labels of examples. And if the product is canned, I'd like to get an example for my collection. (I need a Mothman can for example) thanks, MarkB


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Re: Micros named after local legends/monsters, etc.

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Post by Ted Wolfe » Thu May 17, 2018 12:46 pm

Mark
I'll bring a Mothman to Zions Xroads if you haven't got one by then.

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Re: Micros named after local legends/monsters, etc.

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Post by MarkB » Thu May 17, 2018 10:14 pm

Ted Wolfe wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 12:46 pm
Mark
I'll bring a Mothman to Zions Xroads if you haven't got one by then.
thanks!
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