I've been asked to make a grapefruit-forward IPA for holiday company (assuming there is company). I enjoy a good IPA as much as the next guy, but I don't brew them often. No matter, I have a bunch of Citra laying around and what a great way to get rid of some! Now I could just go all-in with Citra, but my experience with it tells me that while it's an incredibly tasty and aromatic hop, it can be a bit one-dimensional and over-the-top on the grapefruit. I'm thinking it might work better with a dancing partner! My grain bill will be 2-Row, Munich and a bit of Crystal. WY-1450. I'll probably bitter with Columbus. BU:GU in the .9 range or so. I plan on using Citra late in the boil, a dry hop in the fermenter and probably a small charge in the keg at packaging. Hops that I have that might make a decent pairing with Citra: Amarillo Cascade Centennial Chinook Lemondrop Motueka Mosaic Nelson Sauvin Given the above choices, what hop(s) would you use to pair with Citra for a grapefruit-forward IPA? Or would you just use Citra only? Thanks in advance.