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Four Horsemen Brewing Company

Nice space; none of the beers very interesting. But still good.

Crow King: For the duration of the battle of Little Bighorn, Crow King and his band of eighty warriors attacked Custer from the south, allowing Crazy Horse and Gall to surround the 7th Cavalry. Crow King died in 4-5-1884, cause of death - "quick consumption" from a long lasting cold and received the rites and sacraments of the Catholic church. Location of his burial is unknown. Source: Wikipedia

DANU, Anu, or Dana, is the ancient Mother Goddess of Ireland (Welsh Don). In Irish mythology, Danu is the mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann (Old Irish: "The peoples of the goddess Danu"). Though primarily seen as an ancestral figure, some Victorian sources also associate her with the land. Danu was considered as the mythic mother goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann, the Celtic tribes that first invaded Ireland.

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Mythological creatures are cooler when they're anatomically correct

Ocean Siren (Mermaid), from EB Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist, a two-part volume that includes The Codex Extinct Animalia, "a Gray’s Anatomy for mythological beasts" | This is a book I need! Ok so they aren't real but they are scientifically imagined.

the trio's scars Harry: Lighting bolt, and Umbridge's punishment. Hermione: Bellatrix's torture. Ron: Scars left from summoning the brains from the department of mysteries