Beware the Snallygaster
Tales of the Snallygaster have been told for as long as locals can remember. A winged Dragon-like creature said to inhabit the caves of South Mountain.
It’s not just tales, for in early 1900s the Snallygaster made headlines multiple times. According to the Middletown Valley Register, the Snallygaster claimed its first local victim in February 1909 - Bill Gifferson. It was almost 25 years later that the Register reported the death of a Snallygaster. As reported a Snallygaster, flying over Frog Hollow Maryland, was attracted to the fumes of local moonshining operation. Overcome by the fumes, the Snallygaster plunged into a 2,500 gallon vat of boiling mash and was killed. Though not the last time a Snallygaster was spotted in the area, sightings have been less frequent.
To honor our resident Dragon, we have released Snallygaster Whiskey. Enjoy, but keep an eye on the evening skies over South Mountain.