East Van’s Own Odd Society Spirits Releases New ‘Ginger’ Beer

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Vancouver, BC | Sharp on the tongue and straight to the point, Ginger by Odd Society Spirits is the real deal. This locally crafted ginger beer, made with fermented organic sugar and fresh ginger, is extremely refreshing with a satisfying finish. Simply made with water, organic sugar, yeast, chilli peppers, dried orange peel, and fresh ginger, lemon and lime, Ginger is light, balanced and perfectly spicy. Odd Society’s locally made ginger beer is 4% alcohol, packaged in tall-cans and sold in four-packs, making it an excellent addition to cheeky afternoon sips and chill evening get-togethers.

“I’m a brewer by trade and inspired by fermentation, my aim was to create a refreshing beverage without adding unnecessary alcohol, just what occurs organically,” says Joel McNichol, brewer and distiller at Odd Society Spirits. “The challenge was to create a unique fermented beverage that can stand alone as well as accompany our spirits. A real ginger beer was a natural choice.”

Kosher, vegan, and gluten free, Ginger by Odd Society Spirits is priced at $20 for a four-pack of 473 mL cans, and sold exclusively at select Farmers Markets and at the distillery’s bottle shop and cocktail lounge.

Odd Society Spirits will be selling Ginger at the following spring markets:

Sunday, April 8, 2018 – Hastings Park Farmers Market
Saturday, April 14, 2018 – Nat Bailey Farmers Market
Saturday, April 21, 2018 – Squamish Farmers Market

If you don’t catch them at the market you can pop by Odd Society Spirits Thursday to Sunday to snag yourself some Ginger.

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  1. OMG, just tried your ginger beer…super yummy. I see why your first batch sold out by May. Adding your Créme de Cassis to it is absolutely divine. Thanks Tamara!

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