Ok, so I finally brewed this beer. What had been planned as 5.5 gallons of 1.048 beer ended up with a 1.060 OG and 4.5 gallons of finished beer because I wasn't really watching my boil vigor and it had been a long time since I'd brewed a 1-keg batch in warm weather (this was brewed on a particularly warm day in January). Anyway, this was the recipe:
10 lbs GR Toasted Pale Malt
2 lbs Mecca Grade Wickiup Wheat Malt
7 oz Acidulated Malt
3 mL hop shot 60 mins
1 oz Cascade (9.3% aa) 10 mins
2 oz Eureka (~18% aa) whirlpool/hop steep @ ~170F
3 oz Eureka dry
Hochkurz no-sparge 144/158F.
Imperial A38 Juice
Dry hops added one day after krausen fell.
The malt character is, frankly, pretty neutral. The color is probably lighter than GW pale ale malt and darker than GW 2-row. The hop aroma is the standout for this beer, and the malt doesn't fight it. All in all, it's a fine malt for a hoppy beer, but not necessarily worth paying twice as much for as GW. Eureka is a great hop, btw (mango and pine are the main aromatic notes I get).