Finally biting the bullet after a few kit brews and messing with TC's and got myself some ingredients to attempt my first AG! I was messing around with the Wort app last night to come up with my recipe, and here it is - 5 Gal batch Malt - 6kg Pale Ale Malt - Mash 60 min @ 68-69 °C Boil - 60 min 10 g Citra (13.4% AA) - 60 min (18.2 IBU) 15 g Citra (13.4% AA) - 15 min (7.3 IBU) 20 g Citra (13.4% AA) - Flame-out (There's loads left for a dry hop, but I think I'll keep it simple for now) Yeast - Safale S-04 I got the Citra hops cheap as they're 2015 harvest and the malt was just as cheap. I wanted to start at a 1 gal batch, but my equipment is a bit big for it, so I thought bugger it and go all out! I'm gonna try fly sparging after seeing some NZ guy on YouTube use jugs and some holey tin foil to fly sparge, figured it'd be quicker than a batch sparge. This is only a trial for me so I can get the basics of the process in my head for future brews, but I thought I'd get some opinions on the recipe before I get cracking with it this weekend. Also, any advice would be welcome! Cheers guys!