Wow, long time since I posted; crazy busy. Anyway, I brewed up a batch of white IPA that I've had kegged for a couple weeks now. It's for a buddy's wedding, so I haven't bee drinking it, but I sampled some just last night and it seems to have taken on a really Belgian flavor profile. Not that that would be bad in and of itself, but that's just not what I was shooting for. We had a few unseasonable warm days during fermentation, so the temps stayed above 70 for longer than I would have liked too, which is where I'm getting the flavors came from. S-05 is supposed to be really neutral but I've been seeing lots of folks out there saying that they've experienced this same issue. Some have mentioned that it goes away with time, but I don't have much more time for this thing to age. Also, it should be noted that I was drinking a session pale immediately prior to sampling the IPA, so that might have thrown things off. The pale has a more earthy hop profile, but the Belgian flavors were pretty noticeable in the IPA.