Mispillion River Brewing Releases Zombie Cans for Halloween

 

Zombie CansMILFORD – In honor of Halloween and the latest season of “The Walking Dead,” Mispillion River Brewing has released zombie versions of its cans.

With the help of Connecticut artist, Tom Ryans, the brewery converted the images on their beers Reach Around IPA, Space Otter Pale Ale, Black Tie Black IPA, and Holy Crap! Imperial Red Ale to zombies. While the cans regularly feature vibrant images of animals, the Walking Dead and Halloween inspired alteration has turned an innocent sloth, otter, and penguin (and a not so innocent t-rex) into un-dead versions of their colorful selves.

Sales and Marketing Ninja, Lauren Bigelow said, “Every now and then, you have to accept the fact that you’re just not as normal as you’d like to be. We all came to terms with that months ago, when someone suggested the “zombification” of our cans and we thought that was a good idea. From now, until supplies run out, zombie versions of Holy Crap, Reach Around, Space Otter, and Black Tie will be popping up throughout our markets. Got to catch ’em all.”

Zombie cans can be found at the brewery and throughout Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey.

Mispillion River Brewing aims to be recognized by its customers and the brewing industry for producing the highest quality craft beer. The brewery, located at 255 Mullett Run Street Milford, DE 19963, is open for samples, pints, and growler fills seven days a week.  For more information, visit mispillionriverbrewing.com.

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