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Monday, March 21, 2016

Winking Lizard & Brewery Ommegang Are Bringing "Game of Thrones" Beer and Party Back Again This Year

Posted By on Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 4:30 PM

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Game of Thrones fans should probably be at the Trinity Cathedral on April 16. That's when Brewery Ommegang will be releasing the sixth installment of their Game of Thrones-inspired beer line locally. Cleveland is one of five cities the brewery chose for the launch.

Tickets are $55 and includes a full medieval (re: Game of Thrones) style meal provided by Winking Lizard, three drink tickets and a bottle of your own brew to take home.



The brew, named Seven Kingdoms, is a "marriage of a traditional Belgian style wheat and a hop-forward American Pale," according to Ommegang.

“We love bringing as much inspiration, thoughtfulness and creativity to the Game of Thrones beers as we can,” said Phil Leinhart, Brewmaster at Brewery Ommegang said in a release. “This last season, the imaginativeness of the show was pretty astounding so we aimed for a beer that could hope to match that. A fusion of two wonderful styles was an idea that really excited our team.”

There will be a costume contest, so do remember to dress up if that's your thing.

Tickets for the launch are available online.


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