Permafrost Extract India White Ale Recipe Kit

SKU: UB10150

This complex and hoppy brew will help you to navigate the doldrums of seemingly never ending winters. Developed with the pioneering spirit of American brewers, this White IPA melds old world tradition with the hoppy boldness of an American IPA.

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Permafrost Extract India White Ale Recipe Kit

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At first glance this beer is as white as a frozen tundra, but upon closer scrutiny, tall drifts of American hop flavor and aromas abound. A traditional witbier grain bill and yeast strain coupled with West Coast American hops yields a wonderfully complex India White Ale. A slight spice and tartness from the yeast intermingling with citrus notes from abundant hop additions compliment the silky smooth body created by flaked oats and unmalted wheat. Stay frosty my friends!

Additional Information

Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons
Recipe and Instructions Click Here!
Regional Style USA
Beer Style IPA
Color Light
Original Gravity 1065
Total Time to Make 6 weeks

Customer Reviews

Probably the best NB IPA yet Review by Tim
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Long time brewer (20+ yrs) and brewer of all grain, partial, and extract kits (depending on time available and recipe). I have to say that the permafrost white IPA is the best IPA kit I've ever brewed. (It's not white though) Not that the others I brew regularly (Plinian Legacy, Dead Ringer, Chinook IPA) aren't great, it's just that this recipe is really on it. Full bodied and really well balanced, this beer provides a continuous flow of hop goodness from first sniff to the last taste of bitterness sliding off the back of your tounge. I can't keep this one on tap-- even with others mentioned on tap right next to it. I just brewed my fourth batch... (Posted on 12/3/14)
Second brew Review by Kevin
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This was only my second batch I have made, 2 wks in primary, 2 wks of dry hopping in secondary. It came in with and ABV of 8.3. After bottle conditioning for 2wks I have to say this was fantastic and it was extremely hard to only have a couple at a time! I did come out darker than I had expected but that didn't bother me. I will be brewing this one numerous more times. (Posted on 8/11/14)
fantastic Review by Rob
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Absolutely fantastic! Will be adding this to the IPA rotation irregardless of season. Kegged six weeks after brewing and it just keeps getting better. (Posted on 6/20/14)
Great beer! Different twist on IPA Review by Jonathan
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I thought this was a great beer. A little different twist on your typical IPA. The hops and wheat flavors balance out well and I think the Belgian yeast is great as well. (Posted on 6/16/14)
Great Beer Review by Jeffrey
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Great beer!!! (Posted on 5/16/14)
First Timer Noob at white ipa Review by John
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Once the grains were removed i loved the color. Very pale straw-white like (i did all grain btw). I woke up today thinking i need to check on the fermentation...I came on here and saw a fellow brewer had a blow out and I was like OH SNAP I need to move and adjust the set up. Wanted to say thanks as my OG was higher than the recommended Estimated OG...mine came in at 1.080 so it will be a powerful beer for sure!!! Thanks again for the blow out warning!!! I will come back in 6 wks and give you an update on the first taste!!! (Posted on 4/14/14)
Looks more like a copper IPA at the moment Review by beerpoppa
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Beer is sitting in secondary and I've recently added dry hops. Similar to the prior review, the color is copper and not white, we'll see where we end up. Looking forward to consuming regardless. (Posted on 4/3/14)
Update to 2/21/14 Review Review by Ken in MN
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This turned out excellent. It took a full four weeks of bottle conditioning to fully carbonate and mellow, but it was worth the wait. If I make this kit again I'll do half of LME at the beginning of the boil and the rest just before the end to get a lighter color, as it turned out amber colored. I don't have the capability to do a full boil or all-grain yet, so I'm limited to late malt additions to achieve lighter color. (Posted on 4/3/14)
Reminiscent of Ranger IPA Review by Ken in MN
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I brewed this on 8Feb14. Lots and lots of hops! By Day 2 this one blew the airlock out of the fermenter, but it was still out-gassing so hard that there was no way this baby was getting infected. Active fermentation ended around Day 7. By Day 13 it was ready to rack to Secondary, where it sits now. My initial flavor impression right out of the primary was that it tastes similar to Ranger IPA, which I like and drink often, so I'm anxious for this batch to be ready by Easter so I can share it with family members who also like Ranger. So far the color is copper, which is a long way from white. We'll see how that changes (if at all) in Secondary. Either way, this one's going to taste great! I'm giving it 4 Stars for now. I'll update my review after it's ready to drink. (Posted on 2/21/14)

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