Fit for a king with its premium brew and regal character, Seven Kings Lager is a beer of victory and intrigue.
Upon opening this beer, I was immediately impressed with how much regal character I got for only 59 cents. It has a golden, clear color, and it wears its frothy head like a crown for upwards of three seconds before turning into fizzy apple juice. Given the name, I'm frankly a little surprised that HBO hasn't tried some kind of Seven Kingdoms tie-in. The beer even smells almost exactly how I would expect every person from the Middle Ages to smell.
The flavor is also bold; I don't brew beer, but I imagine it takes a lot of courage to make one that tastes like nothing but corn and metal. Fortunately, that's exactly what you want from a beer designed as punishment. If you choose to drink it with dinner, I think you'll find that Seven Kings is completely competent at washing down a hamburger bun dipped in ketchup.
It's smart to have other chairs at your dining room table in case you ever want to look at another wall while you eat.