For my most recent brew, I thought I'd have a go at one of these NE IPA's which caused a bit of discussion on here. I admit that I've not actually tried one, but the descriptions I've read of them, sound like something I'd like to try. My target for the brew was to produce a beer that had big hop aroma/flavour, full mouthfeel, soft bitterness, and come in at a session ABV.
Batch size 19L (5 US gallons)
Belgian pale ale malt 65%
Flaked oats 15%
Wheat malt 10%
Torrified wheat 7%
Mashed at 68c (154F) for 90mins
Water treated for 5.4 mash pH, Ca - 130, Cl - 195, SO4 - 64
60 minute boil
Magnum - 60m for 30IBU
25g each of Citra, Amarillo, and Galaxy added for a 60 minute hopstand at 80c
25g each of Citra, Amarillo, and Galaxy dry hopped for 14 days, at 7 days into fermentation
Fermented with WY1318 (starting at 18c/64f, gradually upping to 23c/73f, final 3 days will be cold crashed to 4c/39f for bottling).
Does anyone think I've made any massive errors with this approach? Am I likely to end up with a beer that meets my planned criteria?