Chainbreaker White IPA from Deschutes Brewery marries wheat, spices, yeast and hops to make what the brewer calls a “very drinkable, complex White IPA.” Described as “hop-forward” and “citrus-packed” this beer has a 5.6 percent ABV and 60 IBUs. The brew is named after a legendary mountain bike race in Central Oregon called the Cascade Chainbreaker—-chainbreaker because it’s a challenging race, just as the beer challenges the palate, the brewer says. Chainbreaker White I.P.A. will be available in six-packs and 12-packs in Oregon, Washington, Idaho starting this month. The beer will continue to roll out to additional states in the brewery’s distribution network later in 2012.