I've brewed about 30 batches so far, with usually decent but variable results. I stopped caring for my latest batch and brewed this to use up ingredients
8lb Great Western pale malt
1/2oz Amarillo 8.5% 60min
1/2oz Amarillo 8.5% 30min
1/4oz Amarillo 8.5% 15min
1/4oz Amarillo 8.5% 5min
I didn't record my mash temp, but it was probably 68C falling to 64C in an hour, while I took a nap. I used Nottingham off the bottom of a fermenter I had racked 2 days before. I did not use my fermentation chamber but just stuck the bucket up in my darkroom for a couple weeks.
I have this in a keg next to a batch of Edwort's pale ale which came out a bit thin, and for a while I honestly thought I labeled the kegs wrong, because this SHaSH is so good. It was 2-weeks younger than the Edwort's ale but cleared up and became tasty faster. I usually use Amarillo for dryhopping but I assume it's the Amarillo hop bill that's making this so tasty. There is also a surprisingly strong malt flavor for a 100% pale grain bill...no crystal, no carapils, and it has good head and lacing. When I try hard, I swear it never turns out this good. I never reused Nottingham before, but this is making me reconsider.