Wait for the full moon to rise to drink me. Or don’t. But if you do, there’s no telling what might happen. Or is there? Who knows? Well I know. And that’s no joke.
A true story. Unlike Loch Ness, Bigfoot and mermaids.
Vampires, Frankenstein, witches, Dracula and the Wolf Man of the Victorian Era in London shall always rally discussion on whether they really existed or not. Now while we’re not sure about the aforementioned four, we do have some true matters on the latter.
The Wolf Man eq Were-wolf or Lycanthrope was first talked about in the early 1200s, but gained more notoriety during the Industrial Revolution in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Many unresolved cases of homicide are, to this day, still designated to the Were-wolf. Gallons of [gif tag=”bloody”]blood[/gif] have been shed without answer. Until now.
Let us start by telling you this: the Wolf Man is real. Here are five facts that tell you why. 1: Michael Jackson’s Thriller. 2: Hypertrichosis. 3: 1985 Teen Wolf. 4: Penny Dreadful. 5: Two Chefs Brewing. So there you have it. Discussion closed. But why the ‘Howling’ Wolf? Well, when the moon is full and the stars are aligned, you’ll hear the cry of the Wolf. Crying for a full glass of beer of course. A dark and mystical beer. A beer to diminish his thirst for blood. Want to become a Werewolf yourself, then why don’t you try the Howling Wolf? Make sure to drink it during a full moon.