Amber or a Pale ale or even an IPA. I wouldn't use the entire pound of 80L.
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That's the way I do it with my kegs. Shouldn't be any different if you add some bottles to the equation. Usually just 3 oz sugar will prime 5 gallons in a keg perfectly.
I'm thinking removing the trub matters more when making lagers?
Did you read that link I posted? That was a pils.
However, it has been discovered that hop solids, a previously discarded byproduct, have great value and that they contain the precursors of "kettle hop" flavor and aroma (sometimes referred to as desirable fruity/estery