I think you may have actually underhopped it.
I'm too lazy to calculate the IBUs on a Friday afternoon, but based on a spot check, 1.5 oz of bittering hops in a 26lb grain bill is pretty low.
The beer's definitely going to be a beer, and those are some pretty tasty and nice-smelling flavoring/aroma hops, but I think you may have made more of a high ABV pale ale that is definitely going to have a strong alcohol bite.
Someone calculate the IBUs so I don't have to, and report back!
I'm going to take an educated guess that this one is around 30ish IBUs, where it probably should have been closer to 100-120 to balance out the ABV.
No worries, at worst, if you have too much of an alcohol bite, you could always boil some hops on your stovetop to add or blend this guy with another beer.
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