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Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston coming to Boise this weekend

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston will be all over Boise this weekend promoting their Mezcal liquor Dos Hombres.

BOISE, Idaho — Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston will be in Boise this weekend promoting their Mezcal liquor Dos Hombres. In a Tweet written by Paul Thursday, he said that the two are coming to town this weekend and serving up cocktails all over downtown Boise.

"Saturday we will be hosting a happy hour at the bus station starting at 4:30," Paul wrote. "Can’t wait to raise a glass with all of you in my favorite state."

Popular Boise parlor Western Proper also announced Paul and Cranston will be serving Dos Hombres on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. According to an Instagram post from Western Proper and Western Collective Beer, anyone over the age of 21 is welcome.

Dos Hombres' website said the Mezcal is a, "unique blend of the finest Espadin agave, hand-selected from the hillsides of a small village in Oaxaca, Mexico."

Western Proper said no Breaking Bad merchandise "can or will be signed" during Saturday afternoon's event. Fans should leave their Albuquerque crime drama merch behind, but can still have some fun Paul and Cranston in the City of Trees.

Paul and Cranston are known from the hit show "Breaking Bad" on AMC. The show lasted for five seasons.

The duo apparently started their Dos Hombres promotion tour in Boise early. The Idaho native was included in photos on Facebook at the Fork and Calle 75 Street Tacos on Friday.

Welcome back to Boise, Aaron! Breaking Bad actor and Boise native, Aaron Paul was in the house today!! Aaron and co-star...

Posted by Fork on Friday, March 24, 2023

@aaronpaul in the house! We’re proud to feature @doshombres in our selection of mezcals. Thank you for stopping in.

Posted by Calle 75 Street Tacos on Friday, March 24, 2023

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