We've had straight IPAs, double IPAs, black IPAs, rye IPAs. Now it's time for Australia's first White IPA. The latest cab off the rank at Mornington Peninsula is a hybrid between a Belgian Wit and an American IPA that brewer AG first read about in an American brewing magazine. Apparently it was first brewed as a collaboration between Deschutes and Boulevard Brewing, who specialise in Belgian beers. He says: "The idea is too have a souped up version of a witbier, citrus hops complementing coriander and spice, with the beer presenting as a witbier colour wise." The result is aromas "of coriander and citrus hops leading into a crisp, rather dry palate and an ever-present bitterness supporting tart grapefruit and spicy notes." After the success of the equally unlikely Bridge Road / Ní¸gne í? India Saison hybrid, we can't wait to have a taste.