This is my first attempt at making my own recipe. I wanted to brew a NEIPA, but showcase some unique local ingredients. In place of a typical German Pilsner malt, I'm using Joe White's Signature Australian Pilsner malt. It's a European-style 2-row. Plus the usual bill of flaked oats, barley, and wheat. In place of a typical bill of American hops, I've gone for local high-alpha varieties. The feature hop is Vic Secret, with Galaxy as a backup, and a little bit of Ella. Also using Enigma for the second dry-hop after the primary fermentation is finished. It's a big hop bill - 250g for a standard sized batch! Here's the full recipe: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1048254/victoria-s-secret Would love to hear any feedback or criticism.