Juicy?? Unfortunately, too much malt or malt flavor complexity interferes with hop flavor and bittering. Having adequate dryness in the beer is helpful on several fronts...drinkability, hop flavor, and bittering perception to name a few.
With that said, 150 ppm sulfate is an OK starting point. But I suggest that the dryness won't measure up to the beer. It will still be plenty drinkable, though. I've come to the conclusion that around 200 ppm sulfate is sort of a low end range for hoppy beers and 300 suits my preferences better.