Game Of Thrones A Feast For Kings

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Game Of Thrones A Feast For Kings says
We’ve had Beer Dinners in the past, but this… this is a FEAST! Come out and drink on the Ommegang Game of Thrones beers, wine & cocktails. Feast on plates of food that are not only unique but accent each beverage perfectly. Be served by waitstaff costumed for your delight. Enjoy the atmosphere that puts you in the mood to eat your fill (and then some). Be prepared to be wowed and stuffed!

Costumes are welcome for this event! Feel free to wear them out! This event is a 21+ only event. $100 gets you 9 courses of food & drink! It is more expensive than our regular beer dinners because you are getting more courses, more food and more drink than normal- the show is free! Be sure to tell your friends and order your tickets today! Are you ready to be a part of The Feast for Kings?


The Ommegang beer we'll be tasting on is:

Fire and Blood

Fire and Blood has a deep, dark red hue with a persistent, creamy off-white head. Aromas of ripe fruit, raisins, malt and slight spice, followed by a slightly floral and spicy hop character. A fruity, sweetish malt taste gives way to faint drying provided by the hops and rye. Underlying flavors of raisin and prune from the ancho chilies give way to a balanced malty and spicy finish.

Three Eyed Raven

Three-Eyed Raven harbors a deep dark brown, almost jet-black color with a light tan head. Yeast forward aromas are packed with peppery phenolics and fruity esters. Despite what you might expect from a dark hued beer, the flavor brings to mind a traditional saison: a light, malty body with a hint of sweetness, and roast accentuated by herbal and spicy hops, yet underpinned by pleasant yeastiness. Finish is crisp, with lingering notes of herbal hops and Belgian yeast.

Valar Morghulis

Valar Morghulis possesses a deep chestnut brown color with a persistent and creamy tan head. Rich aromas of caramel, toffee, ripe fruits and burnt sugar, with a hint of cloves. The taste is delicately balanced with rich malty sweetness, caramel and just enough bitterness to balance out its malty backbone. A surprisingly dry finish is light on the tongue, which belies the initial aroma.

Take the Black Stout

Take the Black Stout has a deep black, almost opaque, hue with a full tan head. Deep aromas of dark chocolate, caramel malt and earthy hops, with light roastiness and a touch of fruitiness. Rich flavors of chocolate, coffee and roasted malt. Clean hop bitterness converges with a slight woody character and spiciness. The finish offers a rich malt sweetness giving way to spicy earthiness.
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