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Game of Thrones Week: Top 8 Ways to Eat and Drink Your Way Through Westeros

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If you were traumatized by the Season 3 finale (because you both haven’t read the books and somehow avoided spoilers) then you can bury your face in the comforting bosom of the Mother of Flagons.

Well, her babies might not be too happy about that, so maybe you want to stop by your liquor store and pick up some of the (very real) Game of Thrones Iron Throne Blonde Ale. It’s as light as Daenerys’s hair and as mild as Sansa’s brain.

You wouldn’t want to mess up the ancestral furniture, though, so you should use your flagon of Iron Throne beer to crush these Winterfell coasters. (Also available in Tully, Baratheon, and all your favorite subjugated houses.)

If those aren’t regal enough, you can also plant your goblets on these $20 wax seal coasters depicting each of the houses. Burning oil and singed bodies not included.

If the series has driven you as Stark Raving mad as a Stark smuggled out of the city, there’s this entirely unofficial collection of Stark wines. Drink enough of the Stark Raving Red and rumor has it you might even forget Robb’s wedding.

If you drink enough of that Stark wine, you’ll need a map home painted on your wine glasses. Luckily, Etsy shop JocelynArielle will hand paint an entire map of Westeros on your wine glass for $55.


Protecting all those royal ingrates can be a pain. Whether you’re a gold cloak or a knife for hire, you can get a $28 flask to help warm you through the night – and help identify which house should pay for your burial rights if things go wrong.

The $55  officially licensed Game of Thrones cookies may be lost to the mists of history, but you don’t need to be as rich as a Lannister to afford your very own Dragon Egg cookie jars. Also perfectly sized for holding horse hearts if you plan on bringing your new wife an extra special treat.

While he can afford the overpriced cookies, you know Tyrion would rather share some lemon cakes with a certain redhead.

If you need some comforting food to go with all that comforting beer and wine,  The fine folks who run The Inn At The Crossroads bring you the gorgeous official cookbook, A Feast of Ice And Fire

Grab a beer and a tissue. Much like winter, Season Four is coming.

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