I have a nice cake of s-04 developing beneath a 1.045 bitter. I would like to make something big with it. I have a black IPA and a big stout in secondary, so preferably something pale. Maybe an English-style IPA (I have loads of Willamette). Maybe a barleywine. Either way I would like to pump it full of willamette, since I have so much of it ($6/lb at hops direct).
Right now I was thinking maybe something like 80% MO, 10% crystal, 5% wheat malt, and 5% dextrose to about 1.062 and about 60 IBU with about 30 coming from later additions.
But I am also considering a balls-out hoppy barley wine with a ton of CTZ, cascade, and a little Willamette for good measure. Something around 1.090 and just MO and crystal.
What would you make? An EIPA, a barley wine, or something else?