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MSP Mag: Must. Drink. Brains.

You know, Zombies get thirsty too. The dudes behind Zombie Pub Crawl Ocho know how to hook a boogey up. For the Oct. 13 crawl they have teamed up with local Schell’s Brewery to release cans of ... Brain Belt Cranium.
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You know, Zombies get thirsty too. The dudes behind Zombie Pub Crawl Ocho know how to hook a boogey up. For the Oct. 13 crawl they have teamed up with local Schell’s Brewery to release cans of ... Brain Belt Cranium.

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