Well I'm probably going against the grain, but I'm using Sterling to start the bittering, then hop bursting with Noble hops (Hallertauer, Saaz, Tettnang & S Goldings) towards the end. Grain bill is split pilsner and pale, with a little wheat, and a pound of D45 syrup. Fermenting with WLP550. I didnt want an American IPA with Belgian yeast, so much as a Belgian Golden Ale hopped and bittered to IPA style. It's going to be somewhat earthier, but I'll ferment it at 70 to get some fruit from the yeast. It's called experimental for a reason I guess.