Drink Up!Klingon Beer, True Blood Soda, and More Sci-Fi BrewsJustin Jones03.28.14Drink Up!Klingon Beer, True Blood Soda, and More Sci-Fi BrewsWho wouldn't want to drink like their favorite TV vampire or Klingon? From 'Star Trek' to 'The Walking Dead,' we've rounded up the many brews inspired by our sci-fi cult obsessions.Justin Jones03.28.14 9:45 AM ETThe Daily Beast When it comes to science fiction, there are some things that are just too genius not to be part of real life. Fans can visit a Walking Dead-themed paintball maze filled with Zombies, an entire theme park dedicated to Harry Potter, or join one of the mind-numbing number of fan clubs and role-playing meet-ups filled with light sabers. So, in a society obsessed with bringing our favorite fictional worlds into our everyday lives, why shouldn't we be drinking like the vampires and wookiees on the big screen? From Star Trek to Game of Thrones, we've rounded up the many brews inspired by our sci-fi and cult obsessions. Star TrekWhile Star Trek’s Klingons prefer red bloodwine on film, here on Earth, their official booze of choice is a beer called Warnog. Apparently, the warrior race is fond of clove, banana, and caramel notes. Classy folks, those Klingons. Universal Orlando ResortHarry PotterAfter the magical YA franchise opened an entire theme park inspired by the life of the young wizard, fans rejoiced that they could finally taste the series' fabled Butterbeer. Int he fictional world, the beverage is supposed to be a slightly alcoholic brew that tastes “a little bit like sickly butterscotch,” but the real life version is basically cream soda with extra thick whipped cream on top. True BloodHBO knew that watching vampires savor the sweet elixir flowing from innocent people's veins wasn’t enough for fans. That’s why they created and marketed a real life Tru Blood, inspired by the harvest blood drink sold to the living dead on the show. The carbonated beverage is slightly tart, lightly sweet, and flavored—what else—blood orange. FacebookThe Walking DeadThis one gets a little weird. Beers are easily the go-to beverage to market to adult viewers—almost every major sci-fi franchise has one. But, Dock Street Brewing Company in Philadelphia took this one pretty seriously, adding some “dead” ingredients to their beer. Along with wheat, oats, barley, and cranberry, a dash of smoked goat brains makes this brew truly authentic. Game of ThronesHBO and Ommegang's most recent addition to their trilogy of brews is Fire and Blood, a red ale inspired by the motto of House Targaryen and the rebirth of Daenerys's three dragons. Its flavors boast "rich maltiness with assertive hopping and spicy notes from ancho chilies and rye." Talk about a fire breather. The other two beers, The Black Stout and Iron Throne Pale Ale, round out the collection that promises more with each season. Star WarsThere are probably just as many Star Wards brews as there are films in the series. There is OB-1, which is brewed in Jackson Hole, WY; the widely popular Imperial Stout Trooper, which hails from New England; and even an Episode 13: B. Nektar Strikes Back, a honey wine aged in bourbon barrels. After a few of any of these, you'll start to think that the force is definitely with you. Lord of the RingsIt's not quite Barliman's Best, Middle Earth's favorite fabled beer, but Harrington's SobeRing Thought will still let you drink like a Hobbit. Plus, its the beer that was actually consumed on camera in all three Lord of the Rings movies. This low alcohol brew, handcrafted in New Zealand, has a one-percent alcohol content, so make sure to stock up. Monty Python and the Holy GrailThis might not actually be the holy grail of all beers, but fans have kept it in production for over 15 years. Reviewed as "hoppy and moderately dry, like English humor," this is the ideal beer for any quest that needs conquering—even if it involves a killer bunny, coconut clopping, or trying to convince an elderly man that he is actually dead.