Dogfish Head Red & White just started showing up near me. I need to find out if this is just seasonal or really rare so I can decide if I need to stockpile it or not. This beer is so unique. It's very refreshing and seems to be a real crowd pleaser. Here's the description of it:
A big, belgian-style Wit brewed with coriander and orange peel and fermented with Pinot Noir juice. After fermentation a fraction of the batch is aged in one of our giant oak tanks.
I love all things Dogfish Head (well... Aprihop...
... not so much) and even though the description on this didn't really excite me, I figured I would try it and wow am I glad I did.
I have been searching online for someone who has figured out how to brew this. Is this practical for a homebrewer given the two stage fermentation in pinot barrels and oak barrels? Anyone know of a recipe for this? If not, should I submit this to CYBI and see if they take this on? I'll only do it if there is a few more people interested.