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Indy Webcomics Group Message Board › Comic pairing...

Comic pairing...

Bruce N.
Indianapolis, IN
Post #: 34
Many people have looked a pairing things, usually it's food and some beverage- Wine and food pairing dinners have now led to beer and food pairing dinners. That said I happen to wander into this post from Arcade Brewery in Chicago- a Beer and Comic pairing. So I guess my question would be what are your favorite comic/beverage pairings? I'd jump in with Three Floyd's Zombie Dust and The Walking Dead, but that's too easy, so I need to consider other options besides Tiny Titans and Mountain Dew.
Indianapolis, IN
Post #: 54
Coffeeeeeeeeeee. Actually, too much caffeine makes my inks shaky. But then, so does too much Shiner. Plus enough Sun King Creme Ale will make me forget I'm even drawing.
Lee C.
Group Organizer
Indianapolis, IN
Post #: 553
I read a lot of all-ages stuff so officially pairing a beer with say, the Amulet series seems off to me. :|

Say I'm reading Mouse Guard though, I need a bold ale, preferably dark and in a giant hand-carved mug. :)
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