Originally Posted by Boy
Looks pretty good. I would cut the 60 min a little and add a FWH but that's opinion. Also I've heard of breweries doing a cooling break at 180F for about 15-20 minutes to get more out of the flameout adds. The dry hop looks too big to me but it could be mind blowing. Last you might want to mash a few degrees cooler and longer to make sure you hit your FG
Does a FWH addition add any flavor, or is it just for the reported smooth bittering? In my opinion, Bravo gives a very smooth bitterness to begin with, my last IPA used 1 oz @ 60 min and it really doesn't come off as assertive bitterness. If there's more depth to be gained in the hopping from FWH I'll probably throw an ounce of Cascade in the first runnings.
Thanks for the heads up on the cooling break, I'll definitely be trying that with this batch. And mashing at 150*F for 90 min to help hit my FG.