I'm not sure there would be a "set" profile for a specific style, but you could take an IPA you really like and test that to see what you get. After that you'd have an idea what your ranges are. There are so many variables though....water profile, ferment temps, hop type and amounts , mash temp, mash PH, ferment temp, type of yeast...ect. that it would be really hard to engineer a beer with congeners profile you want without a ton of trial and error.
It would be a great tool to gauge your consistency though and see how changes you make effect the end result.
Are you trying to make a hangover proof beer?
Screw it, Lets brew it
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