‘Rick and Morty’ fans get chance to mingle over an East End beer | TribLIVE.com

‘Rick and Morty’ fans get chance to mingle over an East End beer

Nicole C. Brambila
“Rick and Morty,” a mainstay on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.
Toasting at Pittsburgh’s East End Brewing, with owner Scott Smith at left.

Are you a Real Ricks fan and want the T-shirt to show a little love for “Rick and Morty” on the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim?

You’re in luck, swim nerds.

On Friday, the show is bringing the store, also called the Rickmobile, to East End Brewing in Pittsburgh’s Larimer neighborhood. The merch store that’s a truck will be parked from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 147 Julius St.

East End Brewing will have a pop-up beer garden accompanying the event.

Don’t bring cash. Only credit and/or debit cards will be accepted for Rick and Morty collectibles.

Created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, the half-hour animated sitcom first aired in 2013, and has been acclaimed for its originality and humor.

The show follows the antics of mad scientist Rick Sanchez and Morty, his grandson and sidekick. Rick is loosely based on Christopher Lloyd’s “Back to the Future” character, Emmett “Doc” Brown. Roiland voices both characters.

For more information on the Rick stops, click here.

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