Gentlemen, I'd like to share the recipe of my first decent pale ale after several years and several attempts: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/664196/hop-burst-pale-ale It's a three-gallon recipe because I don't drink much at a time and I'm afraid the hop character will fade quickly. Technique is late-hopping, a small addition at 60 minutes to help precipitate break material, then the rest at 15 minutes or less with a dry-hop step. It's a simple Cascade-Centennial-Amarillo blend with some Magnum for clean bitterness. There is citrus, some resin, flowers - I'm not a hophead but this beer is high in the rotation once I get the fall party brews done. Feel free to critique or to try this and tell me what you think.