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Game Of Thrones Beers Exist, And They Look Amazing

Valar Morghulis. Valar Dohaeris. 

“All men must die. All men must serve.”

Game of Thrones came back on Sunday night, and with it, a flurry of emotions that have carried over since last season’s gut-wrenching finale. The producers of the show knew this would happen, since it happens every season, so they began softening the blow by teaming up with Brewery Ommegang to create their very own line of Game of Thrones beers, and they’re delicious.

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Although the first beer in the series was introduced back in March of 2013, Ommegang has been releasing them slowly but surely, unveiling one to two GOT beers a year. Ommegang recently introduced the newest member of their family shortly before the premier episode of season six, a Belgian/American mix called The Seven Kingdoms.

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The other beers that have come out since 2013 are The Iron Throne (a blonde ale), Take The Black (a stout), Fire And Blood (a red ale), Valar Morghulis (an Abbey dubbel), The Three-Eyed Raven (a dark saison ale), then the most recent addition, The Seven Kingdoms (a hoppy wheat ale).

All six of these beers are now available for sale and come in either 1/6 kegs or large 750 milliliter bottles.




Photo Source: Brewery Ommegang

By Sean Fahmy

Sean's favorite foods are hot wings, cheeseburgers, seafood and gummy candy. He will likely die from both diabetes and obesity, or "diabesity." He's cool with that.

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