Got the recipe from my supplier. I'm not game enough to mess up a bunch of malt to make pig swill yet. I'm still in the follow the recipe stages, with the possible exception of yeast recovery and repitch. This one will be a re-pitch of some White Labs English Ale Yeast that I used for Hobgoblin. I did a 'rinse' on that batch (which I was told to NEVER do again). McSorley's is actually a brown ale, apparently named after the mix of a stout and a blonde somewhere within a couple thousand miles of England. I find the references to be Irish, Welsh, and Scottish, so who knows WHERE it originated. Supposedly, it's a relatively old recipe. Target tastes are a sweet beer, low IBU (<30). I entered the recipe in the db, but somehow, I don't think the FG is being calculated correctly. Probably my screw-up for selecting the wrong malt base because what I have is not in the list and I have no idea (yet) where to get the numbers from. It's a 2-row American Pale Ale Malt, I'm assuming is a wheat based malt. It has 4 adjunct malts for color/flavor. The recipe is here. As I said, the FG is probably wrong, as well as the ABV. Who'd bother with a 1.25% beer? Not me. Brewing as we speak, so need to check steep timer.