This is a modified clone of the historic New Albion Ale, starting with the recipe printed in Brew Your Own, Jan/Feb 2013, and adjusting it per former owner Jack McAuliffe's recollection, and per Don Barkley's comments.
Targets: OG = 1.055; FG = 1.011; IBU = 30; SRM = 4; ABV = 5.7%
Barkley is a former New Albion brewer who still has McAuliffe's original recipe notebook. Barkley re-brewed the beer in 2009. WLP076 yeast is the original yeast for New Albion, which is still used by Mendocino Brewing Co., and is contained in tiny amounts in Red Tail Ale (can be harvested if you have several bottles). It is not available in 2015, and you can substitute WLP013 (London Ale), Wyeast 1028 (London Ale), or Danstar Nottingham
The original malt was an earthy Bauer & Schweitzer Pale Malt, provided by Anchor Brewing. Barkley suggests 50 % Great Western 2-row and 50% Gambrinus Pale Ale.
Hops started as Bullion hops, then switched to Northern Brewer, then finally wound as Cluster for bittering and Cascade for flavor and aroma by 1977, per Barkley.