It looks a lot like the grain bill for an English bitter. I agree that the hops are a bit odd--it is a little strange to see EKG as a bittering hop, since it's so low in AA and has a nice aroma, but many English beers are all-Goldings. And there are English brewers that use Cascade or other American hops for aroma. Compare to this clone of Hobgoblin, for example, for which the Cascades were verified by the actual brewery: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/can-you-brew-recipe-wychwood-hobgoblin-273932/
It's not exactly like a bitter, for a few reasons--it has no sugar or corn, uses a higher percentage of crystal, and uses a fairly neutral ale yeast instead of a more fruity English strain. Plus I don't know what to make of those Spaltz.
But hey, it's probably worth a shot. If he says it's good, maybe it is! Have you tried any of his other stuff?