I like a good IPA as much as the next guy, but I feel as if I am perhaps unfairly critical of the style. Decided to brew something new to me, a honey wheat IPA. Seemed like a good summer beer.
Honey Wheat IPA
Style: American IPA
0.5/4.1/Acid Malt (for mash pH)
Am. Ale yeast (US-05)
Stats: SRM 5, IBUs 66, ABV 7.0% (Est. O.G. 1.062, measured 1.063)
4.5 Gallons strike @161, mashed 1 hour @149F. 4 gallons sparge water.