I'm trying to develop an English IPA recipe for months. I'm close to what I want but I still need to get rid of some flavors that I don't fancy. The problem is I can't find East Kent Golding in my country so I use straight Golding. I used both Fuggle and Golding in boil and dry hop because I read somewhere that they were used together and now I'm not sure which creates the harsh grassy flavor. It has a floral flavor and aroma to it, which I love and I want to make it more signifcant without the harsh grassy flavor. I decided to use Fuggle for aroma and dry hop additions but I'm not sure. Also what do you think of the 30 minute Golding addition? Is it unnecessary? I use 30 minute average AA hops in my Pale Ale (like Perle) but don't know if it's necessary for this one. Also I had US-05 before and I had to use that one but now I have S-04 so it will taste more like the original style however I feel like it's not that relevant about the hop flavors. The original recipe with the harsh grassy flavor: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/764144/english-ipa The new recipe I'm working on: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/813946/english-ipa-v2 What are your thoughts?