I really enjoy Great Lakes Brewing Co. beers and Burning River is one of my favorites. It has much more hop presence than most pale ales and I've had a few IPAs that didn't have the hop character of Burning River.
Their web site has the following.
Burning River Pale Ale
An assertively hopped American Pale Ale with citrusy and piney Cascade hops.
ABV: 6.0% IBU: 45
American Pale Ale is a base malt, some middling crystal and maybe a touch of biscuit or victory malt for some bready notes. 6% and 45 IBU is right at the top of the APA style guidelines.
(depending on process this should land around 6% and 40 - 45 IBU)
7lbs Extra Light DME
12 oz Crystal 40L
1.25oz Cascade @60
1 oz Cascade @20
1 oz Cascade @10
1 oz Cascade @ flameout
Ferment @67 with one of
White Labs East Coast Ale
Wyeast American Ale II
For a partial Mash, use 2row and a few ounces of biscuit or victory (under 8 oz) for a more toasty/bready flavor. If you want, toss a .5 - .75 oz of cascade into secondary for dry hopping.