Well, nearly two months since my pitching of the yeast, this beer is finally labeled as "ready." Spent 2 weeks in the primary, 4 weeks in the secondary, and 3 weeks in the bottles and 2 days in the fridge. I tried one after 1 week in the bottle. Completely flat. Tried another after 2 weeks in the bottle. No head or visible carbonation, but definitely was developing a bit of a mouth feel of carbonation. After 3 weeks, a nice inch head developed with good lacing all the way down!
No noticeable off flavors, look/appearance is a clear, light amber, aroma is just what I wanted - a strong but not over powering Cascade hop aroma and taste is spot on. Plenty of hop bitterness and taste (from late/dry hopping) but a nice malty aspect still.
The "Hops Shortage" is the gods way of punishing us for not making our beers bitter enough.
Primary #1: British Brown
Primary #2: Empty
Primary #3: Empty
Secondary #1: Empty
Keg #1: Chocolate Oatmeal Stout
Keg #2: Hoppy Red