Hello Guys, First I would like to thank you guys, I am learning a lot from the forum. You are awesome! I have been itching to try a Mango IPA and have mixed a few recipes I found online here and looking for suggestions and tips. This will be my fourth batch and the first partial mash. Grains: 2-Row Pale- 2lb German Munich 8oz Honey Malt - 4oz Flacked Oats - 1lb Pilsen Briess Dry Malt Extract - 6lb Hops: Columbus, 8g - 60 min Cascade, 24g - 30 min Columbus, 24g - 10 min Amarillo, 24g - 5 min Citra, 24g - 5 min Citra, 2oz - Dry Hop Yeast. US-05 orWhite Labs East Coast Ale yeast or OYL200 Tropical IPA- Omega yeast. I am planning to Dry hop and add 5lb of Mango puree, on Day 10 and Keg/bottle on Day 14/15. Work flow: 1) Heat 1G of strike water (As I only have around 3.75lb of grains) 2) Add the grains and mash 3) Sparge with 6G of water. 4) Boil the water and add around 2lb of the extract. 5) Add Hops 6) Towards the end of the boil, Add the rest of the extract. Does it seem right?