Here's a recipe I'm brewing soon: http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... rillo-pale It's an all-grain iteration of a partial mash I did that turned out pretty good. I used Amber Extract for the PM and it turned out with too much caramel in the malt. I want to clean that up with this grain bill, which I think will work and I'm tweaking the hops additions for this go-round. I'm just about to pull a Blonde Ale off of a yeast cake of S-04. I'm thinking I might go right on top of it with this batch instead of pitching US-05. I know it'll change the ester flavor profile and I may not attenuate quite where US-05 would, but do you think it'll make a good beer? Like I said, the first version was pretty good, but definitely needed improvement. I'm not worried about style and if I end up going in a little different direction with the recipe, I won't mind it being more English Pale than classic APA Given that it might attenuate lower and leave more residual than might be perfect, should I mash a little lower or just push up the hop profile a little and let it do what it will? Any thoughts appreciated.