Brew day went well. Boiled off a bit too much so pitched the whole starter to bring up the volume. Color is pretty dark! Looks like a medium-amber to me. Taste of wort was good. Not as bitter as I would have thought, given it's 40 IBU. Lots of smooth caramel flavor. Very smooth. I think this one is going to be a good match for the yorkshire square yeast. I mashed at 150 so that it would attenuate down to 1.012-1.014. Hopefully that works out.
EDIT: Oh yeah, I remembered to try something I heard about with the gravity sample and I'm glad I did. Apparently it is a Scottish tradition to mix a bit of the unfermented wort with some scotch and drink it. I tried it with this wort and it's awesome. I recommend everyone try it. The sweetness of the wort blends with the smooth sweetness and slight smokiness of the scotch and creates a really awesome blend. If I ever start my own brewpub, this is going to be an occasional special.
I'm too lazy and have too many beers going to keep updating this!