Tag Archives: Odd Side Ales

Saturday Sip: Cinco de Mayo, Michigan Style

This Cinco de Mayo I decided to add a Michigan twist to my beer consumption for the day. Three Hispanic-inspired beers from a couple of Michigan breweries, each with the common thread of lime. This is the way to celebrate … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Ales Fig Brewton

There are certain beers that need to be experienced, whether they are a pristine example of a style or help further the understanding of what we taste. Fig Brewton from Odd Side Ales is one of those beers. While it … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Ales Chillindamos

Dry hopping is a term most commonly associated with IPAs. It’s the practice of adding hops during fermentation to develop an intense hop-forward aroma. Boiling hops evaporates much of the oils that contribute to flavor and aroma and leaves behind … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Ales Java Chip Mint Stout

Stout in summer? Stay with me here. Sure it goes against all reason. Why would I want to drink a big, sticky stout right now? You don’t, but all stouts aren’t big and sticky. Take a beer outside right now … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Bean Flicker Blonde

I’ve mentioned before how Odd Side Ales likes to play around with conventional styles and try something not many other brewers, if any at all, are doing. The Grand Haven brewery is putting papaya and habaneros in pale ale, mushrooms … Continue reading

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Saturday Sip: Odd Side Ales Mayan Mocha Stout

Mexican culture has long embraced the combination of sweet and spicy, often in the form of mixing chocolate and peppers. The taste may seem a bit strange and foreign to the American palate but it is indeed a genius blend, … Continue reading

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