Go Get Your Ommegang Game of Thrones Iron Throne Blonde Ale at WOB Kendall Right Now

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You have to wait another week before season three of HBO's insanely popular Games of Thrones makes its hotly anticipated debut -- but you can raise a themed toast in the meantime. The Ommegang Brewery/HBO Game of Thrones tribute beer, Iron Throne, is officially on the market, and there are a couple places in Miami where you may be able to score a bottle.

But you better move fast. Supplies are wildly limited.

As of late this afternoon, World of Beer in Kendall has 12 bottles of the Iron Throne, at $17 apiece.

Total Wine in Pinecrest sold out already, but they're expecting another shipment tomorrow. Word is, it should arrive around 11ish, so head over around noon if you want to score a bottle. It's one per customer, and they run $8.99.

Total Wine in North Miami already sold out, but *might* be getting another shipment on Thursday. They can't say for sure.

The beer is the first of three scheduled for release as a partnership between Ommegang and HBO for the show's third season.

The Iron Throne blonde ale comes in a 750 ml bottle, sits at 6.5% ABV and according to the brewery:

"Gentle hopping includes Styrian Golding and Hallertau Spalter Select, appropriately noble hops. Spiced with grains of paradise and lemon peel. Hue is a slightly hazy golden amber. Head is full and fluffy. Finish is crisp, backed by a touch of spice and hops. Aroma is a bit grassy with a hint of lemon fruitiness from the lemon peel. Taste is lightly malty, rounded out by honey malt sweetness."

So what are you waiting for? You can't consider yourself a true Game of Thrones fan without this drink in your hand, now can you?

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