I sort of borrowed the grain bill from another (successful!) brew of a Verdant Light Bulb clone I did a little while ago, slightly different pale malt this time because I got given some that I wanted to use.Wow, that's hoppy!!! Why the oats (which'll alter the mouthfeel and possibly damage the head retention). Why the major part of a chemistry set in the water at various stages?
Apart from that, I don't know the style so no further comment. Sorry.
Hi,Hi Delboy I have just noticed the Brewhouse Efficiency is set at 80%, this could affect you FG etc as it seems a little ambitious for most brewers I usually get around 70 to 74% however some people get higher but only 1 or 2 as a general rule so expect to be down a few points Good Luck
I, too, have just done a Punk IPA (20L) which if I scale it up to your volume uses just a tad over 200 g hops. As I say, I don't know the style, but as The Baron says, there's a point where the taste buds are saturated and you're just wasting your hops. I would have thought Brewdog would have got to that point, they're as mad as a box of frogs.Also IMO you do not need to use that many hops I have just done a Punk Dog IPA copy with 160 g of hops, however the hop mix is good I just think that some people are going overboard with hops thinking more is always better which it is not.