I was accidentally confused 2 yeast strains i had written down in my note book.
Cal Ale yeast has an attenuation of 73-80%.
Using the Apparent Attenuation Calulation
AA = ( 1 - (FG-1) / (OG - 1) * 100
Im at 71%.
Im sure I can eek out some more points just worried I may have added my Dry Hops too early.
However, I do not see how this style with the recipe can say an estimated ABV of 7.5% which would put the attenuation even lower.
I know I wont hit above 75% , maybe near it but maybe with the alcohol level the yeast wont do much more.
Im feeling good about this batch but since the Dry Hops will be in there for 2 weeks ill know what the FG is come bottling time.
If I put them in too early then I wouldve lost some aroma but nothing more.
The sample tasted great, just like the IPAs I love but only time will tell if ill hit the IBUs of a True IIPA. ( This I doubt because i have to do partial boils and do not have the room nor equipment for full boils