Ommegang Game of Thrones "The Winds of Winter" BundleRegular price $117.99 Save $-117.99
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(1) Ommegang Game of Thrones King In The North 750ml
Imperial Stout | 11% ABV
King in the north - a beer for Jon - is an imperial stout aged for over six months in bourbon barrels. The beer is black as pitch, with aromas of bourbon and chocolate. A fitting companion for a long dark night. "King In The North" is our final expression of what a court brewer would offer a noble lord or lady: perfect balance and pure drinking pleasure.
(2) Ommegang Game of Thrones Mother of Dragons 750ml
Smoked Beer | 6.6% ABV
A beer for Daenerys - is a richly complex blend of smoked porter and Belgian kriek. Blend of a smoked porter and a Belgian kriek. deep ruby-tinted mahogany with a creamy tan head. Aromas of chocolate covered cherries intertwine with subtle smoke and roasted malt. The flavor is rich with tart cherry up front leading to a center palate of semi-sweet chocolate then resolving to subtle smoke and mild sweetness. The mouthfeel is luxuriously creamy and full, and the finish is semi-dry with lingering notes of smoke and cherry sweetness.
(2) Ommegang Game of Thrones - Queen of the Seven Kingdoms 750ml
Sour - Ale | 6.4% ABV
Queen of the Seven Kingdoms pours a pale gold color with a brilliant white head. Aromas of melon, citrus, and lactic acidity meld together with fruity esters from the Belgian yeast. Tart citrus flavors soften to sweet malt flavors with notes of apricots. The finish is dry and crisp with a subtle citrus bite from the lemon peel. Queen of the Seven Kingdoms pairs well with sharp aged cheeses and salty cured meats, red meat or dark poultry, and spiced desserts like pumpkin pie or apple tarts.
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