Hmm...what yeast did you use? What was the AA% and time additions of Fuggles and Cascade?
By using The Recipator I get an OG of about 1.055, 13 IBUs (Assuming fuggles is 4.75% and Cascade is 6%)
It shows that your brew comes out to a nice amber color. I would think that using a high attenuating yeast you will create a nice, dry, malty brew with a subtle added mouthfeel from the wheat DME.
It's like an amber ale minus the bitterness, maybe like a mild or an ordinary bitter with a high gravity( Imperial Mild/Imperial ordinary bitter LOL!). Thats what I get. I'm sure your going to get a great, drinkable brew!
Primary: Nothing Secondary: DFH Punkin Ale Bottled/Conditioning:
Cigar City Jai Alai IPA Clone, Apple Jack 1.0, Apple Jack 2.0Drinking: Yakima Blonde
(Imperialized), Banana Wheat, Russian Imperial Stout, and anything i can get my hands onOn Deck:
Watermelon Wheat, Red Panda Ale, Gluten Free Brown Ale, Mojito IPA, Smoked Pepper Stout