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Old 06-27-2013, 05:29 PM   #21
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if u live in oakland rosamundes sausage grill downtown had chainbreaker on tap right now...


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Old 06-27-2013, 06:41 PM   #22
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Whatever you do don't try Sam Adams' . It absolutely blows...like most of their brews these days.


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Old 06-28-2013, 03:05 AM   #23
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I can tell you I've made the white IPA with American yeast and a Belgian wit style grain and spice recipe with simcoe and citra hops at flame out and dry hop and its awesome. Tasted quite nice. I guess the Belgian strain des chutes uses is subdued in aroma and taste. Anyway,do a 10 gal batch and split 5 gal with Belgian and American and see what happens
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:37 AM   #24
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Anchorage Brewing Company i believe was the first(? maybe) and receives notable mention in Mitch Steele's IPA book, so maybe worth tracking down wherever you may be..
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Old 06-29-2013, 05:32 AM   #25
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Chain Breaker rocks!!
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Old 06-29-2013, 07:16 PM   #26
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+ 1 for the Chainbreaker.
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Old 07-01-2013, 01:08 PM   #27
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Mmmmm…. Love me some white IPA. Just brewed up our version (Last week) with a slightly larger grain bill and some tweaks towards personal taste. It’s in primary now then off to secondary within a week or so…. This is what she looks like.

Operation White Rider (White IPA)
Method: All Grain
Style: Belgian Specialty Ale
Boil Time: 90 min
Batch Size: 11.25 gallons (fermenter volume)
Boil Size: 12.75 gallons
Efficiency: 75% (Calculated) 88% Actual YAY!
Source: Manhattan Project Brewing Co.
OG (1.069 Calculated) 1.072 Actual (More than likely due to the uncalculated sugars in the oranges)

Fermentables

6 lb Belgian Candi Sugar - Clear/Blond
5.5 lb American - Pilsner
5 lb American - Wheat
2 lb American - Carapils (Dextrine Malt)
2 lb Flaked Wheat
1.5 lb Flaked Corn
1 lb Lactose (Milk Sugar)
1 lb Maltodextrin
1 lb Rice Hulls
0.5 lb American - Vienna

Hops

1 oz Centennial Pellet -- First Wort
1 oz Warrior Pellet -- First Wort
1 oz Warrior 90 min Pellet -- Boil
1 oz Amarillo 15 min Pellet -- Boil
2 oz Cascade 12 days Pellet -- Dry Hop
2 oz Citra 7 days Pellet -- Dry Hop

Mash Steps

Protein Rest Infusion 122 F 20 min (Actual 123 F)
Sacch. Rest Infusion 152 F 60 min (Actual 150 F)
Mash Out / Batch Sparge Infusion 170 F 10 min (Actual 169 F)

Other Ingredients

1 tsp Black Pepper Corns 15 min Spice Boil (Toasted and crushed)
1 oz Dried Ginger 15 min Flavor Boil
0.5 oz Coriander 15 min Spice Boil (Toasted and crushed)
6 tsp Yeast Nutrient 15 min Boil
6 lb Whole Macerated Clementines (Oranges) 1 min Flavor Boil
2 oz AP Flour @ Flameout

Yeast

White Labs - Trappist Ale Yeast WLP500
Temp> 65 F 5 Days / 68 F until complete

Target Water Profile: MPBC

RO Water with additions: 13.5 Gallons water pH (apprx 6.0)
16g Calcium Chloride Dihydrate (LHBS)
16g Gypsum
4g Epsom Salts
*** Above additions as water treatment
9g Calcium Carbonate (As Chalk)
*** Mash addition

Mash Notes:

3.5 Gal @ 135deg (Mash in) 20min – pH apprx 5.2
2.25 Gal @ 212deg (Sacchrification) 60min – pH apprx 5.1
3 Gal @ 212deg (Mash out) 10min – pH apprx 5.2 (After Chalk addition)
7.5 Gal @ 170deg (Sparge)
(Approx. 12.75 Gal Collected Wort)
2.78Gal Absorption / 1.5 Gal Boil Loss


Priming

Method: Corn Sugar Amount: To 3.0 Vco2
Will use WLP300 @ Bottling (x2)


….Will let you know how it comes out. The wort was super tasty with the spice / clementine additions and the ginger rounds out the profile. This one should be pretty darn tasty and with a color of roughly 3 SRM and the AP flour at flameout the color is a nice light cloudy blonde/white…. I can’t wait!

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Old 07-01-2013, 10:21 PM   #28
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I can tell you I've made the white IPA with American yeast and a Belgian wit style grain and spice recipe with simcoe and citra hops at flame out and dry hop and its awesome. Tasted quite nice. I guess the Belgian strain des chutes uses is subdued in aroma and taste. Anyway,do a 10 gal batch and split 5 gal with Belgian and American and see what happens
I love citra and simcoe hops. I made awesome IPAs with these two. I have never heard of or even thought of making a white IPA, but sounds fricken awesome! I was actually planning to do a belgian wit Friday. Now I think I am going to make a 2 batch day and do traditional wit and a white IPA!!! glad I saw this post!
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Old 07-04-2013, 11:23 PM   #29
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The only ones I've tried are Sam Adams' (Whitewater IPA, I think) or New Holland White Hatter. I don't know if the Whitewater is a year-round or seasonal, but White Hatter is fairly easy to find and tastes decent.
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Old 07-05-2013, 04:08 AM   #30
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I'll set the bottom of the bar.
Saranac White IPA..

Had it tonight. Not very good. Let's say a 4 out of 10


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