This was touched on in the Experimental Brewing thread but I thought it could use its own thread. I stumbled across this new take on IPA over the weekend when I saw this on Instagram
Seems interesting, dry as hell IPA that is hoped similar to a NEIPA. So low bitterness but lots of flavor and aroma and it seems they are using enzymes to get it to near 1.000 FG.
Denny had this link http://www.thebeersc...-how-to-make-it in his thead and I think it is a good one and the comments have lots of good discussion.
Here is another article from Chris Colby that talks about the parts of the beer and some recipe design http://beerandwinejo...com/brut-ipa-i/
I hope to get some time to try and get one of these brewed for the peak of summer. I can see it being a nice summer drinker.