“Wit”ness Pale Ale
If you’re a fan of white IPAs looking for something a bit lower in ABV, give a white pale ale a try. This one features zesty hop aroma along with flavor of orange and tangerine.
8.25 lbs - Briess Pilsen Malt - Mashing grain
2.25 lbs - Briess Torrified Wheat - Mashing grain
0.5 lb - Briess Caracrystal® Wheat Malt - Mashing grain
5 oz - Rice Hulls (optional) - Mashing aid
0.5 oz - Summit Hops (17% AAU) - 30 min boil
1 oz - Mandarina Bavaria Hops (8.5% AAU) - 20 min boil
0.5 oz - Summit Hops (17% AAU) - 10 min boil
0.25 oz - Bitter Orange Peel - 5 min boil
4 oz - Mandarina Bavaria Hops (8.5% AAU) - Secondary Fermenter
1 pack - White Labs WLP400 Belgian Wit Ale Yeast - Fermenter
1 capsule - Servomyces Yeast Nutrient - 10 min boil
Bring 3.9 gallons of water to 166°F.
Mash grains at 154°F for 90 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Heat 3.9 gallons of 180°F sparge water in a kettle.
Sparge and collect 6.3 gallons in kettle; bring to boil.
Boil 30 minutes, then add 0.5 oz Summit hops.
Boil 10 more minutes and add 1 oz Mandarina Bavaria hops.
After 10 more minutes add 0.5 oz Summit hops and yeast nutrient.
Boil 10 minutes and turn heat off.
Cool beer to 74°F. Transfer to fermenter.
Pitch one pack of White Labs WLP400 Belgian Wit Ale Yeast.