did this one and it won first place (score 40.5) in the SODZ BBF for 8a, ordinary bitter:
4.76 Kg Maris Otter 2-Row
51 Grams of Styrian Golding alpha 3.5 at 90 minutes
24 Grams of Styrian Golding alpha 3.5 at 15 minutes
11 Grams of Stryian Golding alpha 3.5 at 7 minutes
Irish Moss at 15 minutes
2nd Generation of Wyeast 1469 Timothy Taylor
Beersmith gives me an OG of 1.047 with 23IBU, so a near perfect balance between malt and bitterness (at least on paper).
The fun part is that I'll pitch the wort onto the yeast cake of the Vienna Lager that I've got in primary right now. So, classic British malt and hops in a crisp, light bodied lager. Should make for an interesting beer.
I made 2 row and Cascade back on MLK weekend, and just got it bottled last week. Its not quite carbed enough yet, but from what I've tasted its going to be a very pleasant beer.
I did 10# 2-row and I think 3/4 oz of Cascade at 90, 60, 45, and 20 with about 1/2 ounce at flameout. Was going to dry hop some too, but I had a little taste and there didn't seem to be any need. The only thing was is that it turned out more hoppy than I was expecting but good - not the worst beer I've made by far. I'd make it again.