4% ABV, Draft
Appearance: Light, clear caramel with a small head.
Aroma: Fruit and wheat, specifically raspberries.
Taste: Lots of fruit flavor; strawberries, raspberries and blackberries. Followed by a somewhat intense wheat and grain. A lot like a tea; very balanced.
Mouthfeel: Light bodied with little to no carbonation. Very smooth; a bit watery.
Odd Side Ales’ Berry Tea Blonde holds true to its name — it catches the essence of a berry tea in a brew that is light and refreshing. Berry flavors immediately strike up front, followed by some wheat, grain and tea qualities on the backend. There’s very little carbonation here, and the brew seems a bit watery, making it very easy to drink.