The link only opens a blank recipe sheet in hopville.
You'll need to "save" the recipe so that it'll get a link-able url. In order to "save" it you'll have to register. Then, when you open your recipe, you'll be able to copy the url and paste it here.
Haven't got the foggiest regarding the u-wine places.
Was the lb of Cascade and lb of Nugget the LHBS guy's idea, too?
You're going to become a lot more of a fan of hoppy beer by the time you've used that load up. You're going to be able to make another batch or two for pretty cheap, just the outlay for the kit cans, as a result. Try the Black Rock New Zealand company bitter and East India IPA kits with about the same recipe as this stout except use a standard, white, granulated sugar subbed for the brown sugar in the East India IPA.
The Cooper's yeast will do in a pinch and there'll be a packet under the lid of the Black Rock miner's stout too, but you will probably get a better result using a packet, or slightly more, of yeast like Safale US-05, Safale S-04 or Danstar Nottingham.MrMalty.com
calculates that you'd need about 17 gr = 1.4 packs of safale/danstar (11.5 g packs). In the end, it's up to you. It's your beer and you're going to be drinking/sharing it so do what you feel is best for you.
Personally I have no axe to grind with the Cooper's or Black Rock yeast but I have recently started adding the contents of those yeast packets into the boil with 10 minutes remaining as, I read on a thread here somewhere that this way, it becomes yeast nutrient and helps the main yeast you are using for fermentation.