This is what I got from the video on youtube that takes you through the making of it. They obviously won't give %'s, but I'm sure if you look at some basic Brown recipes, you'll figure it out. I've never had the beer, so I'm not sure what the color should be. That would help if you could find out the actual SRM. Here's my take on the recipe based on a regular brown ale recipe.
71% - 2-row - 14.7lbs
15% - wheat - 3.15lbs
10% - Crystal - 2.1lbs
2.5% - Chocolate - 0.5lbs
1.5% - Black Patent - 0.2lbs
Malts: 2-row, chocolate, crystal, black patent, wheat...basically the same things you'd see in a stout, only less.
Hops: warrior, glacier, palisades
Yeast: scottish ale yeast
Now you just need to plug those ingredients into some brewing software and try to hit 11% ABV. Also, the DFH website states in their tasting notes that there are hints of vanilla from the wood used. You may want to be careful with this wood if you decide to use it. I've heard it's VERY potent.