"Drink This" South Hampton Publick House International Great Beer Expo NJ 2012





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Published on Mar 5, 2012

"Drink This" interviews Spencer Niebuhr from South Hampton Publick House at the Great International Beer Expo 2012. The Second Annual Expo took place on February 4, 2012 a the Meadowlands Expo Center.

Southampton Double White is a truly special brew and a Southampton original. It's a stronger version of the classic Belgian white ale style.
White Ales (or Witbiers) are called white because their light color and cloudy appearance make them appear almost white. They are unfiltered wheat-based brews with a unique citrus and spice character that comes from the use of orange peel and ground coriander seed in the brewing process.
In creating Southampton Double White, Phil Markowski turned his fascination with the style into a quest to master one of the most challenging beers to brew. Phil stuck to the tradition of using the classic Belgian white ale ingredients like unmalted wheat, oats, coriander and orange peel, but he put his unique spin on the style by creating a "Double White" version.
His version honors the original Belgian white ale style, but it has a little more of everything— more complex orangey/citrusy fruitiness, a slightly fuller body, more alcohol and a more satisfying finish. It's delicate, balanced and every bit as refreshing as the original style, but more intense.



All material within this video is owned and produced by John Hedlund and Exit 172 Productions, LLC.
Copyright 2012 Exit 172 Productions, LLC.


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