Hi folks, I've been brewing for a couple of years now and decided last March to plant some hops. In my first harvest I ended up with around 1.1 kg of dried hops split between (in decreasing order of quantity) Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Magnum, Willamette. So I think I have more hops than I can actually brew with in a year. Does anyone have any suggestions for a recipe I could brew that makes good use of this hops? I don't like extremely bitter beers... I think IBU 40 is around the sweet spot for me, but I also enjoy lighter beers... so I'm thinking of something very aromatic. Nearly half my stock is Cascade so perhaps a citrussy IPA with lots of dry hopping could be nice? Anyone any ideas?