NE IPA with lactose
El Dorado, Citra, and Amarillo are the night seekers in search of their 7th compatriot. Enjoy this before they join their flights and it’s too late. (In English folklore, a spectral night-flight of seven birds whose eerie song is considered a harbinger of death and disaster. In some eschatological variations, the birds are counted as six in number, flying in perpetual search of their seventh. It is believed that when the seventh bird is found and joins their flight, the world will end.)
Double NE IPA with lactose
The final Whistler, the one that the other six have eternally searched the world for. The cousin to Gabriel Hounds and Six Whistlers. A very old English superstition that strange noises heard in the night are from ghastly animals. The Seven Whistlers, as they are known, are “fortellers of bad luck, disaster, or death. The tale says that there are Seven birds and that six of them fly the earth continuously searching for the seventh. If the seventh is found and rejoined with the six, the world will come to an end.