Originally Posted by FlyDoctor
Looks like an American pale ale - depending on the final IBU. The American citrus hops I think are the defining feature as they are so in characteristic for British styles. The yeast isn't defining as several classic apa's and IPAs use British yeast.
It's a too-sweet American pale, so I'd call it closest to American amber (American red). 2.5 pounds of crystal in a 9 pound batch is a LOT. That's nearly 28% of the grainbill. That's about twice as much as I'd use.
I'd definitely cut the crystal malt in half, leaving out the 20L and reducing the 60L a bit.