Specialty IPA: White IPA

BJCP 21b

Overall Impression
A fruity, spicy, refreshing version of an American IPA, but with a lighter color, less body, and featuring either the distinctive yeast and/or spice additions typical of a Belgian witbier.
Comments

A craft beer interpretation of American IPA crossed with a witbier.

History
American craft brewers developed the style as a late winter/spring seasonal beer to appeal to Wit and IPA drinkers alike.
Ingredients
Pale and wheat malts, Belgian yeast, citrusy American type hops.
Commercial Examples
Blue Point White IPA, Deschutes Chainbreaker IPA, Harpoon The Long Thaw, New Belgium Accumulation