Three Beau’s-themed Halloween costume ideas that will frighten and impress your friends [printer-ready masks]
For your Halloween costume needs: We’ve given some of the most recognizable characters from the Beau’s universe a little upgrade just in time for the 31st of Oktober
We get it. You’d like to dress up in a Beau’s-themed costume, but you’re a Halloween traditionalist. To truly get behind a costume, the fear factor is a must.
We at Beau’s have anticipated this conundrum, and we’ve got your back. Here are the building blocks for some simple (and simply spooky) D.I.Y. costumes you can put together at the last-minute, or build upon to create something special.
Choose a mask and print it on one 11 x 17 sheet of paper (if you have it), or print the chosen image on two sheets of 8.5 x 11 and tape them together. Use a hole punch or scissors to gouge yourself some eye, nose and mouth holes where appropriate.
1. Wag the Werewolf
Your blood-thirst is matched only by your thirst for a hazy hopfenweisse. You transform at night into a party animal. You are Wag the Werewolf.
Pair this mask with a gray sweatsuit under an old ripped t-shirt, tack on some faux fur (the kind you’ll find at a fabric store), and you’re good to go.
Download PDF: Wag the Werewolf
2. The Ghost of Strong Patrick
You perished in a midnight wrestling match gone too far, one fateful All Hallows’ Eve many moons ago. Now you’re one pile-drivin’ party poltergeist. You’re The Ghost of Strong Patrick.
Grab some tights, throw on this mask and bask in the praise of all the other party-goers.
Download PDF: The Ghost of Strong Patrick
3. Zombie Tom Green
The scariest of all. An undead Tom Green. Except you don’t eat brains — you eat Halloween candy and drink beer.
Download PDF: Zombie Tom Green
The Three Knocks Gatekeeper
If you haven’t heard the legend of Three Knocks, you’ll soon understand why this beer needs a gatekeeper — you — to protect it.
Three Knocks gets its inspiration from altbier breweries of Dusseldorf, which will covertly brew special secret batches of their alt — to be shared only with friends, family and regular patrons who are already in-the-know. Three Knocks is our toast to this historical tradition, with its cloak-and-dagger backstory that plays off the secret, underground nature of altbier. The Three Knocks world features elements of secret societies, the speakeasy, and all things clandestine — it’s perfect for Halloween.
Throw on a monk’s habit, come up with a secret knock or handshake, bring along a bottle or two of Three Knocks and share only with those you’ve let in on the secret.