Ommegang’s new Game of Thrones Beer is made using Wine

Ommegang's new Game of Thrones Beer is made using Wine

Brewery Ommegang in New York has been making extraordinary beers for Game of Thrones throughout recent years. There was a Sour Blonde for Cersei, which couldn’t have been done better. There was a Mother of Dragons mix that mixed smoked porter and ruby-shaded Belgian kriek for a definitive flame and-blood lager. There was King of the North, a dim, barrel-matured royal strong fit for the name. There were others, as well. With the last season comes Ommegang’s most recent GoT lager, and it’s most fitting: A brew made with wine fixings called For the Throne.

“With this offering, we have bent the traditional boundaries of beer-making, co-fermenting traditional ingredients with juices normally destined for fine wines, going to great lengths to create a truly unique, special beer,” Ommegang president Doug Campbell said in a press release.

Ommegang's new Game of Thrones Beer is made using Wine

For the Throne is a brilliant beer co-aged with pinot grigio and viognier grape juices. Its smell alludes to honeysuckle, toasted grain, pear, and apricot, while its tasting notes are sweet malt and honeydew. It packs 9.5 percent ABV.

Close by Ommegang’s different Thrones brews, For the Throne joins a scope of HBO-endorsed scotches speaking to the diverse Westeros administering families, a Johnny Walker variant called White Walker, and up and coming Oreos-Thrones collab.

For the Throne will be accessible where Ommegang brews are sold beginning in April. Get a pack before Game of Thrones ends forever!


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