‘Mortal Kombat X’ News & Update: Popular Game Is Also Getting Its Own Beer Series
Warner Bros, Sound Brewery and Global Beverage Traders announced that it will offer limited edition craft beer line inspired by the popular game "Mortal Kombat X." Already on its 10th installment, the popular game followed the trail of other gaming franchises like "Call of Duty" and "Fallout," which already have their own series of beer.
'Mortal Kombat X' Beer Series
The "Mortal Kombat X" inspired craft beers are coming real soon and they will be available in 22-ounce bottles, Polygon said.
The beer series comes in India pale ale, a saison and imperial stout. The craft beer series will be distributed by Global Beverage Traders.
Getting into the "Mortal Kombat X" theme, the varieties are named as follow: "Scorpion" Imperial Stout, "Sub-Zero" Imperial IPA and "Raiden" Imperial Saison Belgian-Style Ale. Gamespot provided a description of each flavor. Check them out below.
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Scorpion Imperial Stout
This "Mortal Kombat" craft beer brings a contrasting flavor of fire and glass into your beer. It has a unique blend of southwest chilies and cooling Madagascar Vanilla Bean enhanced by the exotic hints of their own yeast strain. Alcohol by volume is eight percent.
Sub-Zero Imperial IPA
A perfect way to cool-off on a warm day, "Mortal Kombat's" Imperial India Pale Ale has a strong taste of hops and malt. If you'd rather prefer the hops flavor, drink the beer icy cold.
On the other hand, if you want the malty flavor, go for a warmer beer. Alcohol by volume is 8.5 percent.
Raiden Imperial Saison
Meanwhile, "Mortal Kombat's" imperial saison has a full flavor of hops and CO2 that will take you by surprise. This beer has a strong earthy and herbal aroma. Alcohol by volume is eight percent.
All of "Mortal Kombat's" craft beers boat of a clean finish. Fans of the long-withstanding aren't at all surprised that Warner Bros has decided to license the brand to a brewery.
This may be another way for Warner Bros to sell more "Mortal Kombat" merchandise, as Screenrant puts it. Which flavor would you like to try? Hit us with your comment below.