Believe it or not, gonna brew an AIPA for the first time in a few months, with inspiration (grist wise) from La Cumbre's Project Dank recipe from a couple Zymurgy issues ago :
85% Pils Malt
5% Carastan 30L
Pitched @ 60F, Fermented @ ~ 62F
Basically an IPL in terms of grist, but done quicker (1056) and pretty clean done cool. The clean character and lager-y grist push the hops even more out forward IMO. I'm thinking (hops wise) - Columbus ~ 50IBU bittering , a blend of Ahtanum/Centennial/Galaxy/Columbus for hop stand and dry hops thereafter (plenty of both). I think it'll be good.
EDIT - Also, getting some locally pressed early cider (read:tart) from a local orchard next weekend - ie., pressed specifically for hard cider. Last year's pressing was tart enough not to need any extra acid at all. Can't wait !