I decided to just do a 1 gallon test batch using some S-04 ale yeast I had on hand. Looking around the forums it sounded like a good choice for me, since I don't really care for wine flavors, more of a beer person. Plus I already had a packet in the fridge that I didn't know what to do with. I used 1/3 of the brown sugar from the original recipe, scaled down. OG seems kinda low at 1.052. But, that actually suits me if it's correct. I did swirl the jug around pretty good, so it should be. Should end up around 6.5% ABV if it ferments to 1.002 which is perfect.
Kegged: Citra Pale - 5.4% ABV
Primary: Bee Cave Kolsch
Future Brews: All Chinook IPA, Dunkel