Ok, so I was already planning to do a riff on the Breakside IPA recipe posted at https://beerandbrewing.com/breakside-brewery-ipa-recipe/
, swapping out the late/dry hops based on what I have and adjusting the grain bill for my system.
I expect to be putting 6 gallons into the fermenter and 5 ounces of dry hops (one ounce of which will be cryo). Is the process here to ferment to completion, then cold crash to 35F for a couple days, then add all 5 ounces, then keg 48-72 hours later? Could I split the difference and ferment the beer, add 2 ounces of dry hops for 5 days, then cold crash for 2 days, add 3 ounces of hops for 48-72 hours and then keg?
I have space in my lagering freezer, which is currently set to 34F, so this seems like something I can reasonably try in the near future.