Audiences are going to need a drink or six to deal with the final season of “Game of Thrones.” Whether pre-gaming for the premiere or sipping after a sad death, there are plenty of “GoT” alcohols for every occasion in Season 8.

Beer fans have been turning to Brewery Ommegang for years for “Game of Thrones” brews. There are currently five different ales available, and four are inspired by characters. There is King in the North (barrel-aged imperial stout), Mother of Dragons (smoker porter and kriek ale blend), Queen of the Seven Kingdoms (Belgian sour ale and Belgian-style blonde ale blend) and Hand of the Queen (Barleywine Ale).

The latest release is For the Throne. The strong golden ale is co-fermented with Pinot Grigio and Viognier grape juices before being bottle conditioned with Champagne yeast.

Game of Thrones beer For the Throne is the latest "Game of Thrones" beer from Brewery Ommegang. Photo: Mike Falco/Brewery Ommegang

Vintage Wine Estates has several bottles fit for a vino lover like Cersei Lannister. There are four wine bottles to choose from. Currently, the 2016 chardonnay ($20) and 2016 red blend ($20) are the only options in stock. The red blend combines six varietals (predominately petite sirah and zinfandel) and has tasting notes of cherry, mulberry, vanilla and mocha aromas. The chardonnay, which is 10 percent riesling, has notes of peaches, apricots, tangerine, Meyer lemon, baking spices and honey.

The wine company told International Business Times that they expected the cabernet sauvignon and pinot noir to be back in stock soon.

Game of Thrones Wines Drink like a Lannister with the "Game of Thrones" wines. Photo: Vintage Wine Estates

Scotch whisky fans also have quite a few options, thanks to Diageo. The company has released a limited-edition line called The “Game of Thrones” Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection (prices range from $29.99 to $64.99). There is a bottle for each House of Westeros as well as the Night’s Watch.

The Game of Thrones Single Malt Scotch Whisky Collection There's a single malt Scotch whisky for every "Game of Thrones" House and the Night's Watch. Photo: Diageo

The company also released White Walker by Johnnie Walker. The blended Scotch whisky includes single malts from Cardhu and Clynelish. The special blue and white bottle uses thermochromic ink to reveal a special message when frozen.

White Walker by Johnnie Walker Prepare for the final battle with White Walker by Johnnie Walker, a special "Game of Thrones" Scotch whisky. Photo: Diageo

Will you be toasting to the final season with a “Game of Thrones”-branded beverage?