By James Atkinson

Craft beer brand Quiet Deeds recently launched a White IPA, its second limited edition brew that will this time be available in 375ml cans as well as kegs.

The White IPA mixes the hop-character of an India Pale Ale with the wheat base and spice additions of a Belgian wit beer.

“We chose the White IPA as it is a great, refreshing full-flavoured option with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness,” said co-founder and director Patrick Alé. 

“We have been excited about cans for some time and thought this White IPA would be a great first step. Cans keep beer fresher and are more convenient.”

Quiet Deeds has also appointed a new brewer, Bobby Henry, as it continues planning for the setup of its own production facility sometime this year.  

The White IPA is available for a limited time at selected bars, Vintage Cellars stores and independent retailers with an RRP of $22 for a six-pack.

The Shout Team

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