Fans of beer/swords/dragons got a little teaser earlier this month when Brewery Ommegang announced the release of their latest Game of Thrones beer. Think of it as a silver lining for fans, since they’re still reeling from the news that season seven of the hit show will be a) delayed and b) shorter than usual. Bummer. There’s still no release date for the next season, but to keep you titillated, we decided to gather all of Brewery Ommegang’s Thrones beer in one spot so you can get your fix of beer and dragons at the same time. You’re welcome. Take a walk down memory lane for both the show, and the beers inspired by the show in this gallery.
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Iron Throne: This is the beer that launched the whole series for Ommegang. When the world went ga-ga for Thrones after two seasons, Brewery Ommegang partnered with HBO to release a relatively small batch, delicate golden blonde ale, paying homage to Lannister's time on the throne.
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Take the Black Stout: After the first Game of Thrones beer did so well, Brewery Ommegang decided to double the production run of its second beer, which has a label that depicts the Weirwood tree where Jon Snow recited the oath of the Night's Watch.
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Fire and Blood: This one is named after the motto of House Targaryen, and inspired by Daenerys and her three dragons, so it gets three labels. Released March 31, 2014 just in time for the fourth season.
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Valar Morghulis: "All men must die." That's what Valar Morghulis means in the world of Westeros, which is a bit of a bummer to think about when you're drinking a beer, but Brewery Ommegang let fans decide the name and style of this particular beer released on October 1 2014. So you're to blame. They re-released this beer again in a special double pack with Valar Dohaeris late last year, which means "all men must serve."
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Three-Eyed Raven: A dark saison that's yeast-forward with an herbal spice released in April 2015 for the fifth season. The Three-Eyed Raven played an important role in the fourth season guiding Bran in a "spirit world" sort of way.
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Seven Kingdoms: This hoppy wheat ale celebrates the marriage of that spared the seventh kingdom of Westeros. The beer is a "marriage" of traditional Belgian-style wheat and hoppy American pale ale. It was released in March 2016, ahead of the sixth season of the show.
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Valar Dohaeris: Released in October 2016, this tripel pays homage to Arya's struggles with the House of Black and White. Brewery Ommegang says it's "much like a faceless man, not what it first appears to be.
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Bend the Knee: Brewery Ommegang recently announced the release of its latest Thrones beer, a golden ale to be released "some time around Memorial Day." And as for the next season of the actual show, you'll have to wait until summer.