Ommegang Bend The Knee Game Of Thrones Beer

Feb 6, 2017

Category: Vices

By now, everyone has heard of Game of Thrones. In fact, the brilliantly done fantasy epic has managed to catch the collective interest of enough people to crown it one of the most popular shows of all time. And Ommegang’s line of GoT-inspired beers has been an outstanding liquid companion to the series, mirroring some of the long-running themes of the show. With the approaching release of the next season, the time has come for yet another entry into the brewery’s series. And it might be their best one yet.

Appropriately dubbed Bend the Knee, this Belgian-style golden ale brewed with wildflower honey comes with one of three label designs featuring the crest of a given Game of Thrones house. So whether you’re rooting for the Starks, stand with the Lannisters, or pray for Daenerys Targaryan to reclaim her rightful place upon the throne, you can sip a delicious 9% ABV brew that declares your loyalties for you. Just remember to keep your wits about you whilst enjoying these $11, 750ml bottles of ale. After all, you wouldn’t want to be caught unawares when the Night’s King finally arrives. [Purchase]

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