This beer is pretty solid as it stands. If you want a base recipe to begin with this is still a good place to be. Feel free to substitute the base 2 row for a pale ale malt to get a more rich malt character. You could also easily substitute any european hops into this recipe with good results as well as chinook, willamette, or mt hood. If you use hops with a different AA% be sure to adjust the 60 and 45 min additions.
Fermentation temp is critical. This beer will have plenty of flavor from the malt, don't let the yeast overwhelm it.