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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!
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Permafrost All-Grain India White Ale Recipe Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1065 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.5 / 5.06 ReviewsAnother success!This has to be one of the best recipes I've brewed. Wonderful color and aroma, and a unique taste. I used White Labs WLP400 yeast which really took off in just a few hours. I would definitely recommend this beer.April 19, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat kitGreat kit, just finished brewing this kit. My numbers came in a little under what they said. But I'm fine with that. Used the wyeast 3944. Will update this review when done.September 4, 2016Great!I've been brewing for a little over a year now and this is definitely the best so far. My second IPA and first time using gelatin(Knox). Great aroma and hop flavor but not too bitter for my taste. Commercial quality. Started to like white IPA after trying Blue Moon's IPA and New Belgium Accumulation and this didn't disappoint in any way. I will brew this one again!February 19, 2016FANTASTICI swapped out some hops for a mix of my own but maintained the qty of hops in this. I cold fermented at 63 and added polyclar during the ending stages of secondary fermentation...also filtered it into my keg which helps siphon out the gunk. Really amazing beer and would recommend to any IPA fan...well balanced through and throughAugust 8, 2014My Color way off!The beer I made had an ok flavor but I dont understand why my beer came out in like a weird tan color??? Walker, I took a look at the picture you posted and it looks amazing! How did you get it so clear!? I did something wrong :(June 12, 2014Excellent Beer!I brewed this in March of 2014 and bottled the five gallon all-grain batch. I used Wyeast 3944 and fermented at 65F. All I can say is this is an excellent beer. It came out incredibly clear and very smooth body. The yeast gave mine a tangerine-like smell that really complimented the citrusy hop notes. I took a photo of my first pour into a pint class here: http://imgur.com/dBVJnazJune 4, 2014