‘Attack on Titan’ Is Selling Its Official Alcohol Stateside Now

'Attack on Titan' Is Selling Its Official Alcohol Stateside Now

“Attack on Titan” will release its final episodes next year, pitting the Scout Regiment against a different version of their former friend, Eren Jaeger. Before these last installments, new line of alcohol has been released to celebrate the bleak franchise, allowing fans in North America to pick up bottles that honor the most prominent Survey Corps members along with a terrifying Titan that had a significant impact on the anime protagonists’ lives.

If any anime character needs a drink, it’s a good argument that the members of the Survey Corps should be the first on the list. In the finale for the second part of Attack on Titan’s finale season, anime viewers had the opportunity to witness a past story in which Eren and his friends explored the nation of Marley for the first time, encountering refugees who welcomed them with open arms. Of course, Jaeger himself wasn’t able to be as happy as his cohorts, realizing the dramatic steps he felt he would need to take in the future. While we were given a brief moment of fun here, the peace was quickly shattered as we zoomed back to the present and witnessed Eren using his new status as the Founding Titan to lead an army of Colossal Titans against the world.

The line of Attack on Titan Sake can be purchased in North America on the website Takasan for around USD 275, including bottles that pay homage to Eren Jaeger, Mikasa Ackermann, Captain Levi, and the horrifying Titan that had chowed down on Eren’s mother in the premiere episode:

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Attack on Titan is far from the only anime franchise to receive its line of alcohol. The likes of Chainsaw Man, Inuyasha, and Baki The Grappler are just a few examples of the wild crossovers that have taken place in the past. Earlier this year, Tokyo Revengers was a part of a campaign in Japan to help in spreading the word that the drinking age was changing from 20 to 18.

Will you be picking up this Attack on Titan Sake? What other anime franchises should get their alcohol line? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of the Titans.

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