Originally Posted by pbohanna
I am new to all-grain brewing (I have done three brews so far and I am awaiting the results) so where would I adjust the grain bill? I am also looking for the deep malty flavor that comes with these red IPA's versus an IPA. Will this help with that as well?
To a typical IPA recipe you can add 4-6oz of the aforementioned ingredients until you achieve the color you are looking for. Because they are crystal and specialty grains they will be less fermentable and add body and mouthfeel as well. If you are looking for a maltier beer you can also up your mash temp a few degrees to say 154-156 as well.
Have you looked at the recipe wiki? There are a lot of really great recipes there to peruse and then you can tweak one to achieve the color you are Looking for.