Can you think of a more appropriate setting for a vampire movie than the Arctic Circle in the winter? 24 hours of darkness and seclusion all factor into the suspense factor of this movie that plays upon our fear of having our blood sucked out before we become people-cicles. The imperial stout Darkness from Surly Brewing Company is the perfect pairing for 30 Days of Night! This beer thumbs its nose at nyctophobia with its thick, black appearance full of roasty malt goodness and an ABV that will warm any cold night. I'm not sure it'll deter any vampires, though, they might enjoy the buzz they're getting as they suck you dry.