Got this at the LHBS on Friday, they had just gotten it in, and pitched it into a 3.5 gallon batch of an American Dark Ale I brewed up yesterday afternoon that I'm calling "Dark Galaxy" (real original). I chose it over what's supposedly the Heady Topper yeast from a local yeast lab, since I didn't want the fruity flavors that one gives off and this one has similar attenuation but much better flocculation –
IBU 83 (calculated with Tinseth)
80% pale malt
5% C10 (UK)
A few grams of Warrior at the start of the boil (just whatever I had left from a recent brew to help with boilovers) then hopbursted with Galaxy at 20, 7, and FO. I'll also dry hop it with 2 more ounces of Galaxy when it comes time, and maybe an ounce of EKG, First Gold, Fuggles, or Willamette.
EDIT: 12 hours after pitching just a few small bubbles on top, no rollicking fermentation. Pitched and started fermentation at 62.
Peeked again at 18 hours and it had a decent layer of krausen starting to form, and by 24 hours it was going strong. I upped the temp to 64 at 24 hours and am going to ramp it up 2 degrees a day (to the max of 74) to ensure it ferments completely and dries the beer out. I'm hoping it finishes around 1.017 or lower.