I'm not a big fan of modern IPAs (at least the American type) because the hops are just too strong and obtrusive for my taste. However, I've read that it's a traditional style that's been around for a couple hundred years. I'm curious if I would enjoy an IPA brewed to the original style. I guess that would be a traditional English IPA... I don't really know what would be done differently from the (very large amount of) modern IPA recipes all around us. Would it just be reducing the hops? Would it be avoiding the dry-hopping altogether? I'm asking for ideas about creating a recipe true to the original, old school English India Pale Ales of yesteryear. Anybody got suggestions or links?