I can post it here if you want, or I can send it through private message.
But for a 4 gallon batch of "None More Black IPA":
IBUs...not sure since I do the hopstand. But this is designed more for huge hop flavor than bitterness.
The color is dark, obviously, somewhere in the 30's for SRM.
7% blackprinz malt
1oz simcoe, chinook, cascade blend - FWH
5oz simcoe, chinook, cascade blend - Flame out and hopstand for 30 minutes or until it gets down to 180F
The blend is 2oz of each.
1 or 2 packets of US-05 (originally was WY1450, which was great, but US-05 rocks also)
I've been doing this recipe for a couple years now and I've finally settled on the hopbill which, to me, is awesome.
I don't dry hop it, although someday I should try that. Just haven't had much luck dry hopping, always seems to get too grassy for me. The hopstand does a good job of giving me a good aroma and flavor.
I am planning on playing with the hop blend a little bit. Maybe lowering the Simcoe amount and upping the Cascade for more balance. I wonder if the Simcoe overpowers the other hops. I may try doing a blend of 1oz simcoe, 2oz chinook, and 3oz cascade next time. Either way, this recipe, I think, is awesome.
I love Sublimely! That's an awesome beer!