My beer pairing for the first episode plays on the Father's Day motif but as a counterbalance to the evil dead that terrorizes his family. Drinking Patriarch, from Idle Hands Craft Ales, may not totally protect you from the evils lurking in the family cemetery, but it will certainly get you primed for what follows!
Steven King acting at its best! The perfect beer pairing for this movie comes from the Sweden and if that lunkhead Jordy Verrill had been enjoying Mordernist Brewery's Medeorite vs Earth is a Double IPA there wouldn't have been any grass growing on his tongue or anywhere else, for that mattter
So how can this be, Leslie Nielsen and Ted Danson playing evil characters?! Well, that's exactly what happens in the third episode. This beer is an important reminder that you should never let yourself be buried up to your neck in sand, in the tidal zone.
What would you do without me? Well you probably wouldn't be three sheets to the wind by now, right?! It won't get any lighter in this episode, either. Raging Bitch from Flying Dog Brewery channels its inner Billy and won't let you forget about it until the very end.
This last episode my be the creepiest. Sure, there aren't any hideous, people eating monsters, or zombie sea creatures or even any extra terrestrial beings, but there are cockroaches! And really old computer technology. The one thing I can't understand is why he had that old time jukebox when everything else was so "modern". I shouldn't be unkind to the jukebox though, since it is the inspiration for this episode's beer pairing and I've included two just in case you don't want another IPA or 8% beer.