Well, like I said in another thread I have a TON of hops since I was given a bunch of Saaz and Hallertau from a friend. I also have a mismatch of fermentables laying around since I bought for a batch and then decided to make Graff (which is coming along nicely I might add).
So, here is my kitchen sink IPA I am brewing right now. I'll call it the "Honey Noble".
This recipe is for a 5 gallon batch, 3 gallon boil:
6lb Brown Rice Syrup @ 60
1lb D-45 Candi Syrup @ 60
2lb caramelized honey @ flameout (I used the instructions from post #7 here.
I think I could have gone quite a bit longer than 2 minutes. I didn't get much caramelization.)
2.5lbs of Sorghum @ flameout
Here's the hop schedule:
1oz Centennial @ 60 (I know, not noble. However, it is a high AA style, and I'm just using it for bittering)
1oz Hallertau @ 20
1oz Saaz @ 20
1oz Hallertau @ 7
1oz Saaz @ 7
1oz Saaz @ 5
1oz Saaz @ 1
1oz Saaz dry hopped
Also, the usual yeast nutrient, irish moss, 4oz maltodextrin and a packet of S-04 yeast.
OG 1.072 and with the S-04 it calculates out to 7.5% ABV. IBU's are 80. The calculated SRM is 5, but I'm guessing it will be darker.
I'll let you all know how it turns out.
Here is a link to the calculator where you can get the beer.xml file if you like: http://brewology101.com/AleAbacus/5639/Honey-Noble#