Phillips Soda Works – Sparkmouth Ginger Ale


  • Brewery: Phillips Soda Works
  • Beer Style: Ginger Ale
  • Pros:

    Agave-like sweetness along with a big ginger base

  • Cons:

    Rather sweet with a ton of ginger


Phillips Soda Works – Sparkmouth Ginger Ale Review

Along Side the Intergalactic Root Beer Phillips Soda Works has released the Sparkmouth, a craft brewed Ginger ale. This soda pours into the glass with a touch of fizzy carbonation that settles extremely quickly as most sodas do. The colour is very unique being nearly clear in colour. only a slight yellowish tinge can be noticed in the ale. There is also a fairly large amount of sediment that can be found in the Sparkmouth Ginger Ale. The smell is quite strong with ginger. The ginger aroma is significantly stronger than the macro competitors on the market. There is also a cane sweetness that coincides with the ginger notes. The flavour is sweeter than expected with the cane content quite noticeable. This gives almost an agave-like sweetness and creaminess that works along side the ginger content. The ginger is masked slightly by the sweetness but builds near the finish leaving a sweetened ginger taste lingering on the tongue.

Size – 341ml
Calories – 137
Sugar – 34g
Sodium – not sig.



STYLE: Ginger Soda
APPEARANCE: Pours slightly opaque
MAIN INGREDIENTS: Hand-mashed ginger, raw cane sugar, carbonated water
AROMA: Ginger with a hint of lemongrass
FLAVOUR: Starts sweet and full of ginger flavour. As you drink subtle heat begins to emerge which enhances the ginger flavour and highlights freshness
MOUTHFEEL: Very active. Like sparklers

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  1. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 4 January, 2014, 10:46

    This stuff is truly tasty! I like normal ginger ale but this stuff is a step above.

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  2. Brenda McDonald
    Brenda McDonald 10 August, 2016, 16:40

    I love this stuff! Where can I buy it in Vancouver?

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    • Alex
      Alex 12 February, 2018, 01:47

      Not sure if you’re still looking, but I always see it at Save on Foods in the soda aisle.

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