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Fans choose Valar Morghulis as next 'Game of Thrones' beer

Season four of "Game of Thrones" may be winding down, but beer drinkers who are fans of the hit show still have something to look forward to.

New York-based Brewery Ommegang has released the details of the next installment of its line of beers inspired by the HBO show.

Source: Brewery Ommegang

Valar Morghulis, which in Game of Thrones-speak means "All men must die," is a Belgian-style Abbey Dubbel ale, and it will be released this fall. The brew is the fourth beer in the series, which included Iron Throne Blonde Ale, Take the Black Stout and Fire and Blood Red Ale. The beer is the result of a vote posted on the show's Facebook page that asked fans to vote on the beer's style and its name.

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Valar Morghulis received more than half the votes and triumphed over Seven Kingdoms (Tripel), Hand of the King (Quad) and Khal (Quad).

"The fan response to the beers has been so incredibly positive that we thought it would be a fun reward to ask them to play an active role in selecting the fourth beer," said Bill Wetmore, director of Marketing for Brewery Ommegang, in a press release. "It's not uncommon to hear "valar brewghulis" spoken in the halls of the brewhouse, so we were secretly hoping that Valar Morghulis would be the winner."

Brewery Ommegang did not provide any details about the size of the release but the brewery doubled the volume of the latest release, Fire and Blood Red Ale, in order to keep up with demand.

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"The fan base for 'Game of Thrones' keeps growing larger as each new season debuts, and the popularity of the beers is growing right along with the show," said Josh Goodstadt, vice president of HBO Global Licensing. "For this fourth beer, we found the perfect opportunity to give those die-hard fans the power to choose what beer they wanted to drink."

Valar Morghulis will be available nationally this fall on draft and in 25-ounce bottles with a suggested retail price of $8.50 per bottle.

—By CNBC's Tom Rotunno.