Sure, I will share the recipe, but here's the thing about "a clone is good to see if you can do it." What I try to do is imagine in my mind what I want the beer to be, and see if I can do it. The Durden Park Beer Club talks about this in their book about old British beers too. They spend a lot of time extracting information about formulating old beers down to home brew proportions, and find it annoying that they could have bought a similar beer. I didn't get the idea from them but I can see where they are coming from.
Anyway, here it is, and I stress that this is not a Red Chair clone:
23L Northwest Pale Ale
2270 g Breiss extra light DME
250 g American crystal blend (my own concoction, roughly equal parts of 10 20 40 60 80 120L)
15 g chocolate wheat
7.5 g Hugh Baird Black Patent (I'd like to try Breiss Black Prinz)
75 g each cara aroma, cara pils, melanoidin
95 g Brewers Garden Belgian Extra Dark Aroma Sugar
150 g Belgian Dark Candi Sugar (believe it was Crosby and Baker)
80 g Nugget, Willamette, Fuggle B.C. homegrown wet hop blend continuously added over 1 hour boil (about a 1.3 grams a minute or whatever you can manage)
50 g Fuggle B.C. homegrown continuously added during last 20 minutes
WLP 090 San Diego Superyeast
I intend to add something in the neighborhood of 15 g Simcoe two weeks before bottling and 15 g Citra 1 week before bottling. But I will taste it first to make sure what I think it needs.