Earthlings to unite over beer following alien invasion at To Share Brewing

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MANCHESTER, NH – The aliens have landed at To Share Brewing Co. thanks to the artistry of NH Institute of Art alumni Max C. Gagnon.

Can happy hour be far behind?

Gagnon, of MCG-Illustration, created the bold mural, commissioned by brewery owners Aaron and Jenni Share featuring “Terry and Stan Share,” two creatures from Gagnon’s own graphic novels and indie film work.

“What better way to represent neighbors getting together for a beer and some fun than my two favorite aliens stopping in to enjoy a 2 Share beer!,” Gagnon said of his mural muses.

Muralist Max Gagnon, center, flanked by To Share Brewery owners Jenny Share, left, and Aaron Share. Courtesy Photo

Gagnon, of Bedford, says he likes creating work that can be enjoyed by the community.

“I am really drawn to the accessibility of murals and find it is a great way to connect with the neighborhood while working. Any time I was at To Share, people walking by could not resist coming in to talk about the work and what was going on at the brewery. Art is a great way to bring people together,” says Gagnon.

The brewery, located at 720 Union St., is on track to open in late November or early December.


About To Share Brewing Company

To Share Brewing Company is an independent craft brewery and taproom opening soon in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. Owned and operated by the husband and wife team of Aaron and Jenni Share, the brewery is a place for the community to come together in its shared love of craft beer. The seven barrel brewery will feature ten beers on tap and is a place for organizations to host events. Above all, it is a place to have fun. Enjoy a pint and a snack while listening to one of our 500+ vinyl records and playing a game of shuffleboard.


Find more on Gagnon here: http://www.mcgillustration.com