Here's the recipe. Yes, there is some crystal in it. I should be at 1.022, says guy at the homebrew shop. I like Robert's answer better and would much rather use this starter for my next project.
BIAB (beginning with 8.75 gal. filtered tap adding 4.1g gypsum, .9g chalk, 2.7ml lactic)
Water: cal. 62ppm, mag. 11ppm, sodium 48ppm, sulfate 114ppm, chloride 56ppm, bicarb 23ppm
Grain: 12lbs Marris, 5lbs German Munich, .75 CaraVien (Belgian 22), .5 Crystal 40, .5 French Kiln Coffee
(60 min mash @ 152f)
Hop Schedule: Jarrylo (single hop) -- .5oz @60, .5oz@ 15, 2.5oz @whilrpool. (approximatly 38 IBU)
Yeast: WL Irish Ale w/ starter)