This brew from the Harrington Breweries in New Zealand was actually the official beer on the set of the "Lord of the Rings" films. Because the actors would drink it, the brewery only put a small percentage of alcohol into it so that they could stay sober while acting out those choreographed fight scenes.
Monty Python's Holy Ale
Black Sheep Brewery in England paid homage to everyone' favorite British classic with this Monty Python-inspired ale. The English pale ale has a fruity taste with a mix of toffee and grains.
Ctrl Alt Delete
After a long day of programming, nerds just wanna kick back and relax like everyone else. Of course, they shut down with some keyboard humor. Nils Oscar in Sweden created the perfect way for computer geeks to "esc" their troubles after a long day.
You don't have to be a Springfield resident to enjoy the taste of Homer Simpson's favorite beer. Made in a UK brewery, the legendary Duff Beer is a simple German Pilsner.
Imperial Stout Trooper
New England Brewing Company ensured its place in nerdy hearts everywhere when they created a Russian stout blended with 7 different malts. Any "Star Wars" fantatic would love a glass of this.
GOT Fire And Blood Red Ale
Interestingly, the HBO hit show "Game of Thrones" has inspired a lot of beers, and the most recent is this red ale from Ommegang Brewery. The three different bottle designs are inspired by Daenerys' dragons -- Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion.
This brew comes from Alberta, Canada, and it's guaranteed to make you live long and prosper. The Vulcan Ale is an Irish red ale that can take any Trekkie to another planet.
If you are a fan of "The Walking Dead," then try this brew from Dock Street Brewing Co. And guess what; it actually contains real brains! That's right, the pale stout includes roasted goats brains!
The Vulcans don't get to have all the fun. The Klingons have their own brew from the Tin Man Brewing Co. that promises to boldly go where no craft beer has gone before.
You guessed it; this pale ale from the Ruckus Brewing Company is based on the protagonist of the popular "Transformers" series. And yes - the taste is as good as the pun!
For the space enthusiasts, this beer is quite literally out of this world. The Oktoberfest from Dogfish Head Brewery contains actual moon dust!
Bone Dusters Paleo Brew
Anyone obsessed with paleontology or really anything really old will be interested in this endeavor by the Lost Rhino Brewing Company. The fermentable yeast used to make the brew cam from a 35 million year old whale fossil!
The name may not let you in on this beer's inherent nerdiness, but the creator's of the brew will give it away. Stone Brewing Company made this intentionally geeky imperial stout by collaborating with Fark.com and nerd icon Wil Wheaton.