DetailsCatch the wave of a new hop variety by making a splash with this hybrid wheat and pale ale beer showcasing unique Waimea hops. Flavors of fresh citrus swell up against the soft, bready malt backbone and then crash with notes of pine and a firm bitterness as this smooth sipper washes across your palate. Its light amber color is reminiscent of a spectacular sunset perched over an endless horizon of breaking surf, and capped off with a dense and lasting froth as endless as the waves themselves.
- Details & Instructions
4.0 / 5.01 ReviewExpect more towards the pale aleI initially was a little disappointed with my first few pours as I expected more of the wheat than the pale ale. Now that I have come back to post a review and I read the description, I think it is pretty spot on. Expect more towards the pale ale end of the spectrum with the dry hopping adding the hoppiness and aroma you would expect. It finishes a little bitter but pretty clean. I thought it would be a little more 'drinkable' for the summer months. I like it, but I think the dry hopping pushed it beyond the flavor profile my wife likes to drink... more for me.June 13, 2017Purchased
10 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 answersPlease list the ingredients.BEST ANSWER: 6 lb Wheat LME, 1 lb Golden Light DME, 3 oz Waimea hop pellets, 0.25 lbs of Briess Caramel 80L, 0.38 lbs of Briess Caramel 40L, 5 oz priming sugar. -Mike W, Midwest SuppliesThis looks like a hoppy wheat, what are the IBU's?BEST ANSWER: Using a web IBU calculator with the hop spec's and hop addition schedule of the recipe, I get 45 IBU's for the 4.75 gal batch that gave me 37 pints bottled 9/10/16. I drank the last bottle 11/27/16; my logbook entry was "Good, basic flavorful beer".What is the ABV for this beer? Looks good, sounds fantastic!!BEST ANSWER: Bunky,
Thanks for your question! The ABV for this beer will be around 5%.