Sitting here drinking an Other Half Brewing 4th Anniversary IIPA... it’s amazing. Almost has a “milky” appearance, texture, and mouthfeel. Is that lactose? Different adjunct?
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Yea, familiar w the Tired Hands/Milkshake approach.. wondering if Other Half May be doing something different. I’ve seen some of their beers noting “oat milk” which I’m not entirely sure what that meansIt's been documented that Tired Hands (who helped initiate the milkshake IPA trend) uses apple puree and wheat flour in the boil to create that milky perma-haze look, in addition to oats/wheat and specific yeasts.
Go to their webpage, click on Taproom and Beers on Tap, then click on 4th Anniversary. This is what you get:
Imperial IPA, IPA
On Tap, One-Off
Citra, Citra Lupulin Powder, El Dorado, Enigma, Galaxy, Mosaic
Malt, Oats, Pilsner Malt
No lactose is listed. Lactose is listed on many other menu beers. This strongly implies there is no lactose in this particular brew.
When did you add? To the boil? Any info would be awesome thanks
Added at flameout, just before the whirlpool hops. Mine ended up looking almost exactly like the beer in the original post.When did you add? To the boil? Any info would be awesome thanks