Game Of Thrones Fire and Blood Red Ale

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food, Vices

With Game of Thrones season 4 set to debut in just a few short weeks, the team at Ommegang Brewery are unveiling the next GOT beer fittingly titled Fire and Blood Red Ale.

We first got word on the brew late last year, and it looks liken now the Game of Thrones beer is packed up and ready to ship. The new concoction features three different pieces of artwork across the label, one for each of Daenerys Targaryen’s (aka Khaleesi) dragons. That includes Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserson. This marks the third installment of beers in an ongoing collaboration between Ommegang Brewery and HBO. The first 2 releases included Iron Throne Blonde Ale and Take The Black Stout. Fans can expect the Fire and Blood Red Ale to land on the retail scene beginning March 2014, giving you plenty of time to stock up before season 4 begins airing on HBO in April.

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