Hey, Here is the recipe for Oregonian. Due to equipment differences and scale I have written the malts as percentages and the hops as addition time and IBUs. I also put the aroma hops as a percentage. This is so people can adapt the recipe to give the best result on their systems. Any questions please feel free to leave a comment. Voss Bryggeri Oregonian Pale Malt 92% Munich Malt 4% Vienna Malt 4% Colour 13,5 EBC Bitterness: 46 IBU Starting Gravity 1.060 (15 plato) Finishing Gravity 1.014 (3.5 plato) Mash Temperature: 66 degrees celsius Boil Time: 90 minutes First hops: Northern Brewer at start of boil 5 IBU Second Hops: Last 10 minutes of the boil Cascade (8%) 3.5 IBU Citra (4%) 3.5 IBU Irish Moss End of boil Whirlpool addition: Citra (88%) 35 IBU The vast majority of our hoppy beers get their bitterness from hopping in the whirlpool. So with the Oregonian the end hop is added during the whirlpool. Oregonian is also dry hopped with Citra at a rate of 1.8g per litre. Hope this helps and good luck!