Game of Thrones: Bend the Knee, a Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale by Brewery Ommegang

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Game of Thrones: Bend the Knee is a Belgian-style Strong Pale Ale brewed by Brewery Ommegang, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a snifter from a bottle.


Pours a slightly hazy golden amber with a thick off-white head of foam that recedes slowly. No lace is left on the glass.


An inviting aroma consists of noble hops and pleasant, fruity esters from the Belgian yeast.

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The palate follows the nose, mixing banana, pear, apricot, and apple. The addition of wildflower honey provides a well-rounded sweetness to its malty base. Finishes dryly with a lingering bite from a trio of hops.


Feel is soft and silky with a medium body and medium-high carbonation. Really enhances the drinking experience.


Bend the Knee isn’t just a novelty. It’s damn good. Ommegang has brewed a Belgian Pale that’s fit for a king—even one who fancies themselves ruler of the Seven Kingdoms.

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