Posts tagged "Brewery Ommegang"
The Geek Girl Chicago Twitter reached 1,500 followers today! I’m super proud and thankful. You geeks are great. This happy occasion is perfectly timed with a TICKET GIVEAWAY, in partnership with my friends at Lakeshore Beverage. For over a year now, I’ve been helping Lakeshore and Brewery Ommegang launch Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and... Read more »
My relationship with Game of Thrones beers started over a year go. In March of 2013, Brewery Ommegang released Iron Throne Blonde Ale. I reviewed it. Then came Take the Black Stout, and the epic launch party by Lakeshore Beverage. Now, the Daenerys Targaryen in me is most pleased. Fire and Blood Red Ale has... Read more »
I officially have too many things on my plate. I missed this weekend’s Nerd Comedy Festival. Augh! I really wanted to go, but I was committed to The Planetary Defense Force one night, The Nerdologues’ Talking Games another. (See how I’m plugging my appearances even through my shame? Ha!) Most importantly, I’ve been planning a wedding. No,... Read more »
When Brewery Ommegang announced its Iron Throne Blonde Ale, I admit- I rolled my eyes. I usually don’t go for promotional gimmicks. However, I’m fond of Ommegang, I watch Game of Thrones, and I really like drinking. Curiosity won out. I bought my first bottle on its Binny’s release date- 3/14. I should have written the... Read more »
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