I followed my above recipe except with a slightly different dry hop schedule. I pitched a 350B cell starter of 1056 and fermented at 64F (60F ambient) for about a week with a few days rest at 69F. This yeast, as typical, chewed through the wort nicely, going from OG 1.081 down to 1.010. After fermentation I dry hopped in the primary vessel with 1 oz pellets each of Amarillo, Columbus, and Citra. After a few days I racked to the secondary and dry hopped with 1oz each of Amarillo, Columbus, and Cascade at 69F. I'm going to let the hops drop out then crash it out then either let it bulk age for a while or just keg carbonate. Haven't decided. The taste out of the primary was very good, hoppy, strong (about 9% abv) but I'll post back with a taste comparison with Resin when able.