The haze in our Hazy IPA is produced properly, with white wheat malt. Is this a wheat beer? Nope. It’s a Hazy IPA, a style in which wheat is used to produce a beer that is soft on the palate with a mysterious opacity begging the question: What’s that you’re drinking? Oakshire’s Hazy IPA. Our proprietary selection of Northwest Hops combines with fruity fermentation esters to produce a blend of tropical and citrus flavor.
No lactose (milk sugar) was used to produce this delicious Hazy IPA. We also didn’t rouse the yeast. The haze in Oakshire Hazy IPA is produced with lots of white malted wheat, producing opacity and a beer that is soft on the palate. Not too bitter, extremely refreshing.
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